Across the Americas and Europe, Dyness recently performed two breathtaking Photovoltaic and Energy Storage Shows for users around the world. As a global leader in energy storage technology, Dyness is utilizing its brand influence to contribute to the regional clean energy transition!
Part 1 First show in Europe, InterSolution is full of excitement
On January 17-18, 2024, InterSolution was held at Flanders Expo, Ghent, Belgium. Dyness showed up at booth 8615 with its multi-sequence product matrix of residential, industrial, commercial, and portable products.
DL3.6, DL5.0C, and BX51100 battery modules are displayed in the low-voltage residential area, with a single capacity ranging from 3.6-5.12kWh. In addition, all series of products developed by Dyness have excellent compatibility and can be matched with most of the inverters on the market.
The commercial and industrial energy storage product, PowerRack HV4, consists of clusters of HV51100 batteries with a capacity of 5.12kWh. It is paired with a Battery Dispatch Unit (BDU) and a Battery Management System (BMS) that automatically recognizes when users need to expand capacity without the need for DIP settings. In addition to the two fixed capacity configurations, the battery system can also be customized to meet specific customer needs.
As one of the EU member states, Belgium has a great potential for renewable energy development. According to the latest statistics released by the Belgian grid operator Elia, the country's power grid can also carry the installed capacity of the renewable energy scale of 6.1GW, which can accept the photovoltaic capacity of about 3.3GW, and can accept the energy storage capacity of about 2.8GW. Following the European Union put forward the REPowerEU program, Belgium has also put forward a series of plans and was supported by the European Union in 2023. The total size of the program amounted to 5.3 billion euros, covering 40 reforms and 119 investments, which will further accelerate the process of renewable energy development.
Part 2 Dyness shows off its strong power at Intersolar
Following CES2024, Intersolar North America was successfully held in San Diego. At this exhibition, Dyness targeted Orion all-in-one unit appeared as the core product of household energy storage, with its multiple demand capacity options and simple and fashionable appearance design, realizing the effective unity of functionality and aesthetics.
At the same time, DH200F, an outdoor air-cooled all-in-one machine for industrial and commercial energy storage previously launched by Dyness, was also favored at this exhibition. With a power of 100kW and a capacity of 215kWh, this all-in-one machine integrates BMS, EMS, battery pack, and fire protection facilities. To provide more choices for the market, the DH200F also supports STS and MPPT functions, which are highly flexible. In addition, the DH200F adopts a scalable design, supporting multiple parallel connections, and the capacity can be expanded up to MW class, which is suitable for a variety of commercial applications, and can meet the needs of peak shaving and valley filling, dynamic expansion, and emergency power supply.
According to analysts at the US Federal Energy Information Administration, the total installed battery energy storage capacity on the US grid had reached 17.3GW by the end of 2023, which is nearly double the 9GW at the end of 2022. They therefore optimistically estimate that by the end of 2024, the total installed capacity of electrochemical energy storage in the US will reach 31.1GW, which is equivalent to a further 80% growth from the current level.
Committed to becoming an important driving force in the energy revolution, Dyness green energy journey continues. Whether in densely populated cities or remote rural areas, Dyness can provide local residents with a stable and reliable source of energy. 2024, Dyness will continue to build on its globalization strategy, uphold the principle of safety, and embrace the tides of the times with its ever-improving research and development strength and product creation capabilities to help the world's energy transition and energy independence.