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Energy Storage + Food, Dyness helps Brazilian factory go fresh with solar energy


Recently, Dyness has successfully completed a 307 kWh PowerRack HV4 commercial and industrial storage project in Brazil.

In the wave of globalisation, companies are faced with the dual challenges of achieving sustainable development, improving productivity and protecting the environment. Especially in the food industry, which is a huge consumer of energy, the effective use and conversion of energy has become the key to upgrading the industry. This project provides energy solutions for a leading Brazilian food company and marks an important step in the company's transition to green energy. Energy storage technology is helping the development of the food production sector, opening up a new era of green ‘food’.

Project Overview: Customised Solutions

The project consists of a 300kWp rooftop distributed PV and a 100kW/307kWh energy storage system, with a peak load power of 200kW. Based on the customer's existing PV project, Dyness adopted its newly developed EMS (Energy Management System) & BMS (Battery Management System) to monitor the power and status of both internal and external power sources, and to realise the automated management of the power plant system. In addition, through the remote Web & APP cloud platform, users can monitor the status of the power plant in real time, ensuring the safety and convenience of power plant operation.

Project Advantage: Maximising the use of solar energy

Located near the equator, Brazil has abundant sunlight resources, and Mordor Intelligence reports that the solar energy market is expected to grow from 34.20GW in 2023 to 97.46GW in 2028. For a frozen food processing plant, faced with frequent power outages that caused problems for the production line, the installation of Dyness PowerRack HV4 system solution enabled the plant to maximise the utilisation of solar energy. HV4 system solution from Dyness to maximise the use of solar energy.

The project was based on the existing rooftop distributed photovoltaic (PV) energy storage configuration, which solved the problems of high power production lines, significant load fluctuations and insufficient grid quotas. Through the implementation of this project, the food processing plant not only realised the dynamic capacity increase of energy, but also supplemented the power to support the normal operation of the load during the peak period, and at the same time solved the problem of light abandonment by PV distribution storage, enhanced the local consumption rate and utilisation rate of PV, and contributed to the reduction of carbon emissions and the increase of PV power generation revenue.

Technological Breakthrough: Promoting Green ‘Food’ Smartness

Aiming at the pain points of users‘ existing PV projects, the technological breakthrough of this project lies in the adoption of AC coupling to solve the difficulties in distribution and storage, which ensures the stability of users’ product applications and improves the energy efficiency of food processing plants by systematically monitoring the power of the power grid, the power of the PV and the power of the energy storage.

Dynamic capacity increase: During peak power consumption, the power gap is supplemented by the release of the energy storage system to ensure the stable operation of the production line.

Enhance PV local consumption rate: By combining the use of PV in conjunction with energy storage, the local consumption rate is increased, reducing the user's dependence on the grid and lowering carbon emissions at the same time.

Increase revenue: By optimising energy use and management, energy costs are reduced, while excess power can be sold to the grid, bringing additional economic benefits to the plant.

Making the future more sustainable and promoting a green ethos

Today, sustainable development is highly valued globally, and green development has become one of the standards for measuring corporate social responsibility. This project not only helps the company to effectively alleviate the shortage of power supply in the food industry under the ‘dual-control of energy consumption’, but also helps the company to practise green and low-carbon. Currently, Dyness' industrial and commercial energy storage solutions, such as PowerRack and DH200F, have been implemented in many countries around the world. On the road to the future, Dyness will continue to work together with its global partners to promote the development of the global sustainable business with cutting-edge product technologies and solution building capabilities, and endeavour to write more success stories of energy and market applications.