Sungrow Partners with EDF Renewables Israel for 127 MWh Energy Storage Project

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Sungrow, a global leader in inverters and Energy Storage Systems (ESS), has forged a partnership with EDF Renewables Israel. The collaboration aims to enhance the nation’s renewable energy infrastructure by delivering advanced liquid-cooling storage systems known as PowerTitan, totaling 127 MWh in storage capacity.

The agreement encompasses the supply of liquid-cooling storage systems that will be seamlessly integrated into six projects spread across different locations. This strategic move is anticipated to play a pivotal role in fortifying the stability and sustainability of Israel’s power grid.

Sungrow’s liquid-cooling storage systems have demonstrated their prowess in terms of efficiency, reliability, and cost-effectiveness through their successful deployment in prior installations. This track record instills confidence in their ability to ensure a consistent and dependable power supply, further underpinning the credibility of this partnership.

Tzvi Ben David, the General Manager of Sungrow Israel, expressed his conviction in the project’s success. He stated, “Our liquid-cooling storage systems have proven their efficiency, reliability, and cost-effectiveness in previous installations, and we are confident they will play a vital role in ensuring a stable and sustainable power grid.”

Israel’s renewable energy sector has been making gradual strides, contributing to approximately 12 percent of the country’s total energy production. With the ambitious goal of achieving 30 percent reliance on renewable sources by 2030, solar energy is earmarked to constitute a substantial 26 percent of this target.

This partnership not only signifies a remarkable step forward for Israel’s renewable energy aspirations but also solidifies Sungrow’s position as the dominant ESS supplier in the nation. With a remarkable market share of over 40 percent, Sungrow continues to be a key player in propelling Israel towards a cleaner and more sustainable energy future.

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