LSIS Unveiled ESS-based Megasolar EPC Project, the Biggest in Japan


Power Generation - Mar 2, 2017

LSIS will participate in International Smart Grid Expo 2017 of World Smart Energy Week (hereafter referred to as “WSEW”) in Big Sight, an international exhibition center located in Tokyo, Japan. The event will be held from March 1st to 3rd, to introduce Shin Chitose megasolar EPC project and also unveil a new renewable energy total solution. This solution is interconnectable with the Shin Chitose megasolar EPC project, the largest ESS-based project in Japan.

About 1,500 companies in the global power, energy, and power generation industry are participating in WSEW, the biggest smart energy exhibition in Japan.


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LSIS will showcase the Shin Chitose megasolar EPC project which will be completed in the second half of the year. Also, the company will display its competencies in EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) and O&M (Operation and Maintenance). Shin Chitose solar power plant will deliver 39MW of power capacity and 28MW of installed capacity. Also, this ESS (Energy Management System) plant will come with 17MW of PCS and 13.77MWh of battery, the biggest size in the region. The plant entered into a PPA (Power Purchase Agreement) with HEPCO and will stably supply power for 20 years with 40 yen per kWh.

In the PV solution zone, there are various modules including floating PV modules with mechanical devices, buoyancy modules, and floating-only modules with high output and warranty. Other products including dual modules and high-output models are expected to attract visitors.

In the DC solution zone, the company will display new DC product lines optimized for new renewable power generation including DC 1500V MCCB, DC 1000V ACB, and RMU (Ring Main Unit). Additionally, total solutions in the smart energy sector such as FEMS (Factory Energy Management System) and IPP (Independent Power Producer) will be displayed.

Founded in 1974 in South Korea, LSIS has established global networks based on its technological prowess in electric energy and delivered various projects across the world in the smart energy industry including Japan.

One of the LSIS officials says, “This will be a great opportunity to promote Japan-specialized solutions and total smart energy solutions to our customers.”

Source : LSIS

Published on Global Energy World: Mar 2, 2017

 
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