Sungrow and Afcon collaborate on Israel's largest standalone energy-storage project
Investors - MARCH 10, 2022

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Sungrow and Afcon collaborate on Israel’s largest standalone energy-storage project

by Kali Persall

Sungrow, an energy-storage system solution supplier, has penned a contract with Afcon to supply Israel's largest standalone energy-storage project.

The 16-megawatt project will be integrated with the 912-megawatt Dalia Power Station, the largest privately contracted power plant in the country, which is owned and operated by Dalia Power Energies. The combined-cycle natural gas–fired plant produces 8 percent of the total electricity production of Israel.

Dalia Power Energies will act as lead Independent Power Producer for the energy-storage project, and EPC company Afcon EPC Division will lead the full planning, procurement and execution, as well as operation and maintenance of the project.

Sungrow said the energy-storage project is expected to be completed in first quarter 2023.

“As we move toward a more sustainable future, energy storage will improve the stability of the grid by vitalizing a variety of existing assets, such as gas, to gain more effici

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