Challenge: With the growing adoption of renewable energy technologies, battery energy storage systems (ESSs) are becoming essential for ensuring clean energy utilisation. Particularly in commercial and industrial (C&I) settings, ESSs are employed to enhance energy self-sufficiency, lower electricity costs, and ensure stable power supply. However, the application of battery ESSs introduces safety concerns, as accidents can pose threats to the environment and personnel.
Solution and Implementation: Recognising the significance of ESS safety, Huawei collaborated with TÜV Rheinland to address C&I ESS safety challenges. They aimed to improve safety across three dimensions: device safety, asset safety, and personal safety.
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Implementation Timeline: The project involved extensive research, collaboration, and development. The safety solutions were integrated into Huawei’s C&I ESS products for ongoing deployment.
Conclusion: Huawei’s collaboration with TÜV Rheinland to enhance safety in C&I ESSs showcases a commitment to innovation and safety. Their multi-dimensional safety approach addresses device, asset, and personal safety, contributing to a more secure and sustainable energy landscape. This project demonstrates the potential of technology-driven solutions in overcoming safety challenges and driving industry-wide progress. Huawei is comitted to working with the industry to provide safer and more reliable ESS products and make green electricity available to every industry and business.