Sungrow and HIVE Battery Developments, supported by the Clean Energy Transfer Fund (CETF), signed the strategic cooperation agreement at All Energy last month in Melbourne.
Under the terms of the agreement, over the next three years Sungrow will continue to provide HIVE, an innovative energy storage project, with a 3 GWh PowerTitan large liquid-cooled system.
The locally-driven, innovative and independent energy storage project, exclusively incorporates the PowerTitan liquid-cooled energy storage system.
“Sungrow’s professional GPS grid connection model team and innovative PowerTitan liquid-cooled energy storage system have left a profound impression on us,” said HIVE cofounder and managing director Rob Ashdown.
“We are confident that this strategic partnership will enhance mutual innovative collaboration in the field of energy storage and accelerate the future of local energy transformation.”
In a statement, Sungrow said Australia was at the forefront of the global energy storage development, boasting a mature liberalised electricity market.
Addressing the high barriers to grid access, Sungrow provides expert GPS grid connection support, significantly enhancing project grid integration quality.
Moreover, the project is equipped with cutting-edge virtual power plant technology, enabling flexible energy scheduling and active participation in Frequency Control Ancillary Services (FCAS) and electricity spot trading, thereby increasing the share of green energy consumption.
For more information visit the Sungrow website.