Sungrow to supply their innovative PowerTitan 2.0 liquid cooled ESS for UK grid balancing project

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  • Penso Power, BW ESS and Sungrow signed the agreement for the 100MW/330MWh BESS (Battery Energy Storage System) project in Bramley, the UK. 
  • The project will be the first in the UK, utilizing the new, liquid cooled energy storage system, the PowerTitan 2.0, providing excellent efficiency, outstanding safety, and lower CAPEX and OPEX costs.

Sungrow, the global leading PV inverter and energy storage system supplier, is very pleased to announce the signing of a landmark project agreement with Penso Power and BW ESS. Under this groundbreaking partnership, Sungrow is set to deliver BESS for the 100MW/330MWh energy storage project located in Bramley, the UK.

One of the highlights of this exciting venture is the debut of Sungrow’s innovative PowerTitan 2.0 liquid cooled ESS, which will be utilized for the first time in the UK. The PowerTitan 2.0 seamlessly combines the 2.5MW Power Conversion System (PCS) and 5MWh battery into a single 20-ft container. Further, its pioneering technology not only enhances efficiency and safety, but also significantly reduces both capital expenditure (CAPEX) and operational expenditure (OPEX) costs.

Bramley, a key project in Penso Power’s portfolio, is expected to play a vital role in bolstering UK energy security and fortifying the resilience of the electricity system. Scheduled to be operational in 2024, the Bramley facility will actively participate in grid balancing, ancillary services, and wholesale energy trading.

Sungrow’s high quality inverter and BESS ranges are also offered on the African continent through a distributor network.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal



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