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Hithium's 200 MWh Energy Storage Project Goes Live in Heze City


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Heze City, Shandong Province, August 21, 2023 – Hithium, a stationary battery manufacturer, has supplied battery products for a centralized, shared energy storage facility with a 200 MWh capacity. Developed by China Resources Power Holdings, this plant marks the first commercial operation of its kind in Heze City, which has a population of nearly 8.3 million. The project is also a significant energy storage initiative for Shandong Province.

The facility provides peak shaving and frequency regulation for the regional grid, enhancing the balance between energy supply and demand. This project is part of a broader effort to integrate renewable energy and other power sources with energy storage, resulting in a more economical, efficient, and dynamic power management system. This integration supports the balancing of power sources, the grid, loads, and energy storage interactions.

The plant features a 198 MWh LFP (Lithium Iron Phosphate) battery energy storage system and a 2 MWh VRB (Vanadium Redox Battery) energy storage system, along with a 220KV booster station and a single-loop transmission line. XJ Group Corporation provided the product solutions for this project.

“We’re very proud to have been selected to support Heze City and China Resources Power Holdings with high-quality products as they integrate large-scale energy storage onto the grid,” said Jason Wang, Hithium General Manager and co-founder. “Stationary batteries play an increasingly important role, particularly in stabilizing energy supply as more clean power sources come online. It’s crucial that the batteries are maximally safe, durable, and efficient. By optimizing technology and production processes, we aim to continually reduce the cost of high quality.”

To meet the growing demand for large-scale energy storage projects, Hithium plans to expand its production capacity to 70 GWh by the end of 2023.

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