GUANGZHOU NPP POWER CO., LTD
NO.67, Lianglong Road
P. R. China
Tel: +86 20-37887390
GUANGZHOU NPP POWER CO., LTD
NO.67, Lianglong Road
P. R. China
Tel: +86 20-37887390
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Lithium battery manufacturer:
|Samsung SDI Co., Ltd.
|Suwon-si, South Korea
Based on the world’s highest small lithium-ion secondary battery technology, Samsung SDI officially launched the lithium-ion battery ESS business in 2010 to apply the world’s highest secondary battery stability, which extends to cutting-edge mobile devices and electric vehicles, to large-scale battery systems.
Samsung SDI’s ESS is characterized by long life and high technology level and can provide power, commercial, household, communication ESS and UPS solutions, from kWh to MWh, from power stations to communication base stations, large offices and homes around the world.
Lee Byung-Chul said that Samsung SDI’s energy storage system technology can not only meet the multiple needs of users, but also provide customized solutions in all value chains of the power industry.
|LG Energy Solutions Co., Ltd.
|Seoul, South Korea
LG Energy Solution Vertech was established by LG Energy Solution for the Energy storage system (ESS) market in the United States, and in the year since its inception, LG Energy Solution has expanded its position by winning successive large-scale projects.
The company, which offers integrated solutions in the field of ESS construction and management, is becoming a “strong market player” in the local renewable energy market.
Jaehong Park, head of LG Energy Solutions Vertech, said in a video interview with the Seoul Economic Daily on Tuesday that “since its launch, we have been achieving comprehensive business results, including securing a large project with a higher value” of more than 1 trillion won in the United States. We will grow into a leading Energy as a service (EaaS) company.”
LG Energy Solution acquired NEC Energy Solutions of the United States in February last year and established LG Energy Solution Vertech to enter the ESS system integration (SI) business.
“Vertech” is a compound word of “Vertex” (meaning the highest point) and “Technology”. The merger means that the company becomes the ESS market leader utilizing LG Energy Solution battery technology. It goes beyond simple battery supply and aims to ensure business competitiveness by directly building and managing large ESS.
|BYD Company Ltd.
In 2022, BYD officially announced to abandon oil and switch to electricity, and became the global new energy vehicle sales champion in less than half a year.
But in fact, the essence of “new energy” lies in “energy”.On May 24, 2023, BYD released a blade battery energy storage system, which may promote a new round of changes in the energy storage market.
Energy storage policy support and business model are becoming increasingly clear, and the commercialization process of energy storage is accelerating, attracting a large number of players to enter. Under the crowd, energy storage technology and products are undergoing earth-shaking changes.
The competition between enterprises has also come to the stage from behind the scenes, killer products frequently appear, and the technical gold content is getting higher and higher.
On the first day of SNEC in 2023, BYD’s booth was bursting with heat, and the blade battery’s Rubik’s Cube energy storage system was launched, attracting nearly 10,000 spectators online and offline to witness the birth of the milestone of energy storage equipment.
This product fully covers multi-scenario applications such as power supply side, power grid side, and user side energy storage, and breaks the anxiety of energy storage demand market with three “world first”, and redefines energy storage system!
Panasonic has introduced two new EverVolt solar module families and an updated EverVolt home battery energy storage system. Olympic gold medalist and Panasonic brand ambassador Michael Phelps was on hand to promote the new product.
The next generation EVERVOLT® home battery system integrates a hybrid inverter, lithium-ion battery and the new EVERVOLT® SmartBox, an all-in-one home energy management device, in a compact design that can be installed indoors or outdoors, on floors or walls. A single SmartBox can stack up to four batteries, providing up to 30kW of power and 72kWh of available energy to meet even the most demanding demands.
|Fluence Energy, Inc. (FLNC)
|Arlington, VA, USA
Backed by AES, which has ten years of experience in the energy storage industry, and Siemens, a global electrical giant that has worked for decades in the international market, Fluence not only received a large amount of capital investment at the beginning of its establishment in 2018, but also brought together the energy storage teams, technologies, customers and huge global channels accumulated by the two giants for many years.
Thanks to the parent company’s global business deployment, Fluence, which was born with a golden spoon, rose rapidly and gained a foothold in the United States, expanding its influence to the world.
By 2019, Fluence has deployed energy storage projects to 17 countries, involving the deployment and winning of more than 760MW of energy storage projects. By 2023, Fluence’s customer experience covers more than 225 projects in 47 regions with more than 7GWh of completed projects.
Taking a close look at the rise of Fluence, although the origin of a rich family makes it to a certain extent, “on the scale of short and long” energy storage industry to occupy an inherent advantage, but it is the United States earlier mature energy storage business model and fully competitive industry soil, it really gave birth to Fluence in the context of the rapid development of the global storage market rapid expansion.
|Wilsonville, OR, US
ESS Inc. is a fast-growing, venture-backed clean energy technology startup based near Portland, Oregon, whose corporate team has decades of experience in distributed generation and long-term energy storage technologies.
ESS manufactures low-cost, long-duration iron flow batteries for commercial and utility-scale energy storage applications. Its energy storage body uses iron, salt and water as electrolytes, providing an environmentally safe, long-life energy storage solution for the world’s renewable energy infrastructure.
ESS iron flow batteries are safe and non-toxic, and the battery system is essentially recyclable at the end of its service life.
|NextEra Energy, Inc.
|Juno Beach, Florida, US
Nextera Energy(NYSE:NEP) is a leading provider of power and energy infrastructure in the United States and Canada with a strong presence in the renewable energy industry.
The company’s major divisions include FPL, one of the largest electric utilities in the United States, serving approximately 5.8 million customers with a focus on providing clean energy and superior customer service.
NEER is another major segment with the world’s largest renewable energy generation capacity from wind, solar and battery storage.
NextEra Energy’s ultimate goal is to outperform its competitors by meeting customer needs more efficiently and reliably.
ABB, as a technology leader in the electrical sector, has also been exploring and practicing how energy storage technology can further support customers’ electrification and low-carbon transformation, and has introduced containerized energy storage system (ESS) solutions.
All batteries, converters, transformers, controllers, cooling and auxiliary equipment are pre-assembled in a 20-foot standard container for plug and play.
The ESS system can be integrated with all types of vessels, such as offshore support vessels, container ships, ferries, drilling ships, etc.
ABB said the containerized Energy storage System (ESS) offers one of the highest levels of energy density on the market using a 20-foot container, and its standardized installation reduces costs and enables fast delivery.
The system can meet the needs of ship owners to transform the ship’s power distribution system and increase the large capacity battery, and reduce the emission of the ship.
In 2022, Tesla’s energy storage installed capacity reached 6.5GWh, an increase of 64%, the annual energy storage revenue growth rate reached 53.1%, and the operating profit margin reached 17.0%. Among them, single Q4 shipments of 2.5463GWh, an increase of 152%, a quarterly high.
In Tesla’s business segment, the energy storage business growth rate is far ahead. The increase in Tesla’s 2022 energy production and storage revenue is mainly due to the increase in the installed capacity of Megapack and Powerwall, and the increase in the selling price of Megapack.
Sonnen, Europe’s largest producer of energy storage batteries, was founded in 2010 to manufacture lithium-ion batteries for storing wind and solar energy.
In 2016, less than six years after its establishment, Sonnen has developed into the largest producer of energy storage batteries in Germany and even Europe, becoming a unicorn enterprise of the energy Internet.
In the same year, Sonnen beat Tesla’s Powerwall home energy storage product with a slight sales advantage to become the world’s largest seller of home battery products. It has thus become Tesla’s biggest competitor in the field of home batteries.
Entering 2023, the German household light storage market continues to accelerate its expansion, and the demand for household photovoltaic energy storage systems has risen sharply. This has allowed Sonnen, based in Bavaria, Germany, to expand its capacity and now produce about 120,000 household optical storage systems per year. The German Solar Association reports that about 214,000 new battery storage systems were installed in Germany last year.
According to more detailed data from RWTH Aachen University, more than 110,000 new household photovoltaic energy storage systems were added in Germany in the first quarter of 2023 alone. Industry experts predict that Sonnen, as the leader in household optical storage systems in Europe, will have more than 1 million installed systems.
Sonnen connects its home photovoltaic energy storage systems to virtual power plants, allowing them to provide power frequency services in the power balance market, among other things, and help battery systems achieve grid stability – which is still largely dependent on conventional power plants or large storage facilities.