Sungrow To Co-build India’s Largest Battery Energy Storage System Plant With Tata Power Solar Systems Limited  


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Recently, Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, cooperated with Tata Power Solar Systems Limited, India’s largest specialized EPC player, to build India’s Largest BESS (Battery Energy Storage System) plant in Phyang, Leh, UT of Ladakh, India. The BESS capacity is up to 60.56 MWh.

The plant is situated at 3400m above sea level where it is extremely cold. All devices must be installed quickly and function reliably in this harsh geographic environment. Sungrow offers comprehensive PV and ESS solutions, including high-quality PCS–SC2500UD, and the Liquid-Cooled Energy Storage Systems ST2752UX. This ESS project application supports peak energy management.

The Leh project is one of the largest ESS tendered projects issued by the Indian government body SECI (Solar Energy Corporation of India). This project bears a testimonial to Sungrow’s reliable solutions, services, and technologies. This new cooperation with Tata Power Solar Systems Limited also predicts a broader and more varied prospect for the two major players in the growing Indian market.

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Sungrow now possesses around 13 GW inverter shipments in the Indian market. Moreover, it also owns the 10GW manufacturing capacity at Bengaluru here in India as well. In the future, Sungrow, in collaboration with industry leaders like Tata Power Solar Systems Limited, will strive to keep leading the Indian renewable energy industry and providing clean electricity across the country with more innovative solutions.

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