In the context of achieving carbon neutrality, the integration of renewable energy power plants into the grid has witnessed a steady rise. In addition, the convergence of frequent extreme weather conditions and various unpredictable factors has contributed to the growing complexity of the new power system. Consequently, this intricate scenario presents novel challenges to maintaining system operational stability.
Based on a profound understanding of the power grid network, Sungrow has innovatively proposed the Stem Cell Grid Tech to ensure the smooth operation of new-generation power systems, with grid-forming control technology serving as one of its important components. ESS help to stabilize power grids through frequency modulation, voltage regulation, harmonic suppression, black start, or other ways, similar to the functions of stem cells in repairing, purifying and making blood for human tissues.