Sungrow releases stem cell grid tech white paper

  • In the context of achieving carbon neutrality, the integration of renewable energy power plants into the grid has witnessed a steady rise.
  • In addition, the convergence of frequent extreme weather conditions and various unpredictable factors has contributed to the growing complexity of the new power system.
  • Consequently, this intricate scenario presents novel challenges to maintaining system operational stability.

The energy storage system (ESS), a critical component of the new power system, plays an indispensable role in ensuring power grid stability. The continuous increase in new energy facilities in relation to conventional sources of electricity generation imposes new requirements on the ESS grid supporting capacity.

In an effort to stabilize grid operations, Sungrow Power Supply proposed the Stem Cell power grid technology to facilitate the smooth operation of the new power system. This White Paper contains thorough elaborations on relevant technical solutions for reference by market insiders.

Looking into the future, the construction of new-generation power systems will be a highly innovative undertaking of system engineering which involves deep-level collaboration and joint innovation among various entities such as power generation facilities, power grids and users to co-build a new coordinated development ecosystem integrating “generation-grid-load-storage”.

As an important step in connecting renewable energy sources to the grid at an extensive scale, the Sungrow ESS is committed to continuously making innovations and breakthroughs to steadily support the smooth operation of new-generation power systems adhering to the principle of “building professional ESSs integrating power electronics, electrochemistry and grid support technologies”, on the basis of effective applications of related technologies such as system strength and short-circuit capacity enhancement, inertial support, wideband oscillation suppression, FRT, and extensive-scale black start.

Link to the full white paper HERE 

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

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