In this pv magazine Webinar, we will hear about the utility-scale battery energy storage system (BESS) market trends and investigate how Jinko Solar’s liquid cooled ESS can help achieve a lower levelized cost of storage (LCOS) for utility-scale applications.
Liquid cooling is emerging as the latest technology trend in the BESS sector, promising higher efficiencies and longer lifespans of grid-scale products. Compared to previously ubiquitous air cooling method, liquid cooling is said to be better geared to deal with temperature-related challenges and able to significantly reduce the required land footprint – a particularly important consideration in regions facing land constraints.
In its latest grid-scale BESS product, Chinese solar industry heavyweight Jinko Solar has turned to liquid cooling to deliver system improvements. Its SunTerra battery is said to be suitable for a variety of applications and designed in excess of normal safety standards.
Jinko Solar ESS technical manager Hamza Al Smadi will be joining us to dissect the new technology and its applications scenarios. He will demonstrate how the manufacturer’s liquid cooled ESS can help achieve a lower LCOS for utility-scale applications and translate into more money for investors, developers, and owners of grid-scale BESS projects alike.
To put this in a broader perspective, we will also hear from Duo Fu, vice president of clean tech research at Norwegian consultancy Rystad Energy. He will discuss the global trends in the utility-scale BESS market and analyze the current state of play.
pv magazine Webinar content:
A look at global trends in the utility-scale BESS market
Jinko Solar’s ESS product portfolio and recent updates
The perks of liquid-cooled ESS and major applications scenarios
Understanding how Jinko Solar’s Sunterra helps achieving lower LCOS
Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Marija Maisch, editor at pv magazine, will be the moderator of this webinar.
Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.
Hamza Al Smadi | ESS Technical Manager, JinkoSolar
Hamza Smadi is an electrical engineer with over a decade of experience in the renewable energy sector. He is the Technical Manager for the ESS division at Jinko Solar in the MENA region. Hamza earned his Master of Science degree at Freiburg University in Germany with specialization in Energy Systems & Green Hydrogen Design Optimizations. His interests are mainly in energy modeling, energy storage systems & green hydrogen as a long term energy storage carrier.
Duo Fu | Vice President of Clean Tech Research, Rystad Energy
Duo Fu is the Vice President of the Clean Tech Research team at Rystad Energy, responsible for battery market research, including supply, demand, and cost analysis. Based in London, Duo specializes in battery end-sector research and has more than eight years of experience analyzing the market.
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