The Narada Power-Feida Group Substation Intelligent Energy Storage Power Station is a 20,000kW energy storage project located in Danyang, Jiangsu, China.
The project was commissioned in 2018.
The key applications of the project are peak shaving, demand response and backup power supply.
Narada Power Source has delivered the battery energy storage project.
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The 20 MW/160 MWh intelligent energy storage power station of Feida Group, which was deployed by State Grid Zhenjiang Power Supply Company, leased by State Grid Jiangsu Integrated Energy Service Co., Ltd., invested and constructed by Narada, successfully connected to the grid. The energy storage system is connected to the 220kV substation of Feida Group from two grid points. After the power grid is connected to the grid, the annual energy storage capacity is about 52.8 million kWh. It will play the role of peak shaving, demand side response, backup power supply, power quality improvement, etc. without changing the total power consumption of Feida Group.
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