Chinese-Israeli Storage Deal

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Shenzhen-listed Sungrow has clinched an energy storage solution (ESS) deal to supply a 430 MWh system to Israel’s Enlight, the Chinese company announced this week. The contract is the largest ESS agreement signed to date in Israel, said Sungrow. The company specializes in solar inverters and will fulfill the order with its latest “liquid-cooled” ESS system that incorporates battery cell technology from another Chinese company, CATL.

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Emerging Technologies, Renewable Electricity , Energy Storage
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