ANPL's Three Industrial and Commercial Energy Storage Stations in Zhejiang and Shanghai were Successfully Connected to The Grid!
In January 2024, Zhejiang Caidie Industrial (Phase II) 400kW/932kWh energy storage station, Songjiang Liandong U Valley 100kW/233kWh energy storage station, and Hangzhou Hongcheng Technology 100kW/233kWh energy storage station (hereinafter referred to as the "projects") were successfully connected to the grid. The projects’ equipments were supplied by ANPL and Kale Power invested, constructed, and will be responsible for its later operations and management.
The three projects are located in Huzhou, Shanghai, and Hangzhou, utilizing idle land in industrial areas to build commercial and industrial energy storage stations. They are collectively equipped with 6 ANPL Qiji 233 100kW/233kWh integrated energy storage units. The projects operate on a "peak shaving and valley filling" strategy with a "charge during off-peak hours, discharge during peak hours, two charge and two discharge cycles per day" operational model.
Among them, the Huzhou Caidie Industrial (Phase II) 400kW/932kWh energy storage station is expected to install a total of 25 energy storage units, generating over five million yuan in revenue for the company within ten years. The four installed ANPL Qiji 233 energy storage units in Phase II can increase the available power by approximately five hundred and twenty thousand kilowatt-hours.
Additionally, the Songjiang Liandong U Valley 100kW/233kWh energy storage station and Hangzhou Hongcheng Technology 100kW/233kWh energy storage station each have one ANPL Qiji 233 installed. These installations are expected to increase the available power for the companies by approximately one hundred and thirty thousand kilowatt-hours per year.
The ANPL-supplied Qiji 233 is an "All-in-one" fully liquid-cooled distributed energy storage system. It integrates the battery system, thermal management system, and PCS inverter into one design. Controlled by the in-house developed MBMS (Integrated EMS+BMS) intelligent system, it caters to users' peak-valley arbitrage and emergency power needs.
All three projects adopt the EMC commercial cooperation model, with Kale Power responsible for investment, construction, and operational management. Owners only need to provide the project installation site to receive energy storage benefits. Meanwhile, the team follows a standardized process to ensure projects are grid-connected within one month, fulfilling the commitment of "contract signed and operation initiated in the same month."
Through precise demand-side management measures, the projects alleviate the load pressure during peak periods for enterprises, enhance the safety and stability of on-site electricity consumption, reduce electricity expenses for businesses, and create economic value. Additionally, in the event of external power outages, this commercial and industrial energy storage system can serve as an "emergency power backup" for enterprises, functioning like a diesel generator.
As a powerful engine driving economic growth in China, the Zhejiang-Shanghai region possesses a robust industrial foundation and technological innovation capabilities. Leveraging its own strengths, ANPL will support local enterprises in continuously reducing costs and increasing efficiency, contributing to the high-quality development of businesses in the region. We look forward to collaborating with industrial and commercial enterprises in the Zhejiang-Shanghai area, providing more "energy storage samples" for the smart energy transformation of these enterprises.