On January 25, Sunwoda took part in the 11th edition of InterSolution 2023, number-one trade fair for solar energy in the Benelux, which held at the Flanders Expo in Ghent from 25 to 26 January 2023. Sunwoda presented its full series of residential energy storage products and solutions SunEss series, Atrix series, portable energy storage and other solutions.
InterSolution is an international B2B professional forum for the solar industry. With the continuous issuance of strong policies in European countries, more and more investments are entering the field of solar power generation and energy storage solutions. From the exhibition site, there were a lot of visitors, and Sunwoda's residential energy storage products attracted many visitors to stop and consult, which further releases the signal of rapid development of European energy storage market.
At present, Sunwoda Energy Technology has been in the European market for many years and has different scale operation cases in Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Netherlands, Sweden, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, etc. Meanwhile, it has formed a large-scale development trend in residential, industrial and commercial markets. The newly launched SunESS-H is a stacked high-voltage system for household use, which can be matched with single-phase and three-phase inverters for household use, and flexible expansion of the original stacked system from 5KWh to 60KWh, supports the mixed use of old and new batteries, greatly enhancing the flexibility of application scenarios. Meanwhile, Sunwoda launched small industrial and commercial energy storage system, the capacity can be expanded from 60KWh to 180KWh, mainly used for light storage and charging, small micro-grid and emergency power backup scenarios.
In the future, Sunwoda Energy Technology will continue to uphold the development concept of innovation-driven and technological innovation to provide more industry-leading carbon solutions for the European market and contribute to the achievement of carbon neutrality and emission reduction targets in Europe.