SMA has announced two new power classes for its utility-scale storage product portfolio. Now available, the Sunny Central Storage 2750-EV-US for 1,500 V projects has achieved UL 62109 listing, and the Sunny Central Storage 2475-US for 1,000 V projects has achieved UL 1741 listing. Other products in the line-up, including the Sunny Central Storage 2200-US and the 2500-EV-US, achieved UL listing earlier this year.
“With a complete utility-scale storage product portfolio, SMA can create customized storage solutions to meet the challenges of individual projects, using advanced technology and a full power class lineup for 1,000 V and 1,500 V applications,” says Volker Wachenfeld, executive vice president of SMA’s Off-grid and Storage Business Unit. “As storage becomes increasingly important in today’s energy market, we are committed to offering the most advanced technology to our customers.”
The Sunny Central Storage inverter is the central component of SMA’s solution for integration of large-scale battery storage systems into the utility grid while ensuring maximum grid stability, according to the company.
Sunny Central Storage inverters are compatible with different types of battery technologies. The inverter offers comprehensive grid management services such as automatic frequency control and ramp-rate control. The battery inverter is optimized for continuous operation at nominal load and temperatures of -25˚ C to +50˚ C and is also available as a medium-voltage block solution from SMA.