Sungrow, a global leader in renewable energy inverter solutions, recently completed India’s largest Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) facility at Phyang, Leh, UT of Ladakh, with Tata Power Solar Systems Limited, India’s largest specialised EPC company. The BESS has a capacity of 60.56 MWh. This factory is situated at 3400 metres above sea level, where the temperature is quite cold. All equipment must be installed promptly and perform reliably in this extreme geographic condition.
As a result, Sungrow provides a complete range of PV and ESS solutions, including the high-quality PCS-SC2500UD and the ST2752UX Liquid-Cooled Energy Storage System. Peak power management is supported by this ESS project application. The Leh project is one of Solar Energy Corporation of India’s (SECI) most substantial ESS bid projects. In the Indian market, Sungrow has supplied around 13 GW of inverters. It also has a manufacturing presence in Bengaluru, with a 10 GW plant.
Earlier this month, Hyundai Motor partnered with Tata Power to develop a platform of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations and increase EV adoption in India. According to the company’s statement, 60 kW DC charging stations would be installed at 34 Hyundai EV dealerships in 29 cities. The objective is to service all types of EVs using the Hyundai and Tata Power EZ Charge Mobile App, which should allow EV drivers to navigate, locate, and pay for charging stations; access live status; and pre-book charging stations.