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Sungrow batteries to power South Australia’s second-largest energy storage project

Templers Battery Storage Project in South Australia. Source: Sungrow

Leading global PV inverter and energy storage system supplier, Sungrow Power Supply Co. Ltd (Sungrow) on Thursday (March 28) said it has secured permission from ZEN Energy to commence work for the 111MW/291MWh Templers BESS project in South Australia.

Developed in partnership with ZEN Energy (client) and Shanix Electric Power Construction (SEPC) as the consortium partner, the Templers BESS project marks South Australia's second-largest energy storage and standalone BESS installation in Australia. It is expected to begin commercial operations in 2025.

"With the project now under construction, Sungrow looks forward to its completion and the subsequent contribution it will make to Australia's energy sector. This collaboration with ZEN Energy and SEPC marks a milestone in Sungrow's global expansion, further cementing its position as a key player in renewable energy solutions," Sungrow said in an official release.

Sungrow will use its PowerTitan energy storage system for the project, which uses advanced liquid cooling battery technology that will help enhance grid reliability, mitigate intermittency issues, and stabilize power supply.

In a notable development, the Templer BESS project has already received its grid connection approval from the Australian Energy Market Operator before the contract execution.


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