Samsung SDI is expanding its presence in the European market for energy storage systems (ESS) with its new differentiated products.
Samsung's battery-making affiliate is showcasing at the Energy Storage Europe in Dusseldorf, Germany, new eco-friendly ESS that makes use of large-scale batteries to efficiently distribute power by saving energy during the night and use it during the day when demand for power is higher.
The company is showcasing the high-capacity E2 and high-power P3 models.
The company said that it successfully increased the number of integrated cells in the new E2 model from 20 in previous modules to 22.
"We raised intensity of space in the ESS container by upgrading the module design and rack arrangement technology," the company said in a statement.
The E2 targets utility ESS market that requires large capacity in connection with renewable energies such as solar photovoltaic power and wind power.
The P3 model that can be used for power stabilization requiring high-power ESS. An ESS for power stabilization plays the role of stabilizing the quality of power at a substation by maintaining the power of the generator at a certain value.
ESSs with increased energy density can save construction and facility management costs by reducing the size of ESS facilities, leading to a reduction in investment on the part of customers.