Solution Introduction
The integrated photovoltaic, storage and charging system adopts a hybrid bus architecture. Photovoltaics, energy storage and charging are connected by a DC bus, the storage and charging efficiency are greatly improved compared with the traditional AC bus. The system adopts a distributed design and consists of a power cabinet, a battery cabinet and a charging terminal, which facilitates flexible deployment of charging power and energy storage capacity according to actual application scenarios. This system is widely used in charging scenarios where the power distribution capacity is insufficient and the peak-valley price difference is large, bringing customers the value of dynamic capacity increase and peak-valley arbitrage.
Solution Topology
Technical Features
Flexible Configuration
  • Configuring the number of battery cabinets, power cabinets and charging terminals according to site requirements, and configure the number of charging, energy storage, photovoltaic, V2G and other modules according to functional requirements.
Dynamic expansion
  • Battery energy storage during non-charging periods. During charging, the grid, photovoltaics, and batteries charge the vehicle at the same time, doubling the charging power and reducing dependence on grid power distribution.
DC Bus
  • The storage and charging adopt a unified DC bus connection to improve energy conversion efficiency and facilitate EMS management.
Powerful Functions
  • It can realize functions such as peak shaving and valley filling, new energy access, load-side response, emergency power supply, and vehicle battery detection.
Application Scenarios
Traffic artery supercharging station
Dynamic capacity expansion, high-power super-fast charging, increasing charging traffic flow at the site.
Highway supercharging station
Multi-energy access reduces site power distribution costs.
Sites with insufficient power distribution
Dynamic capacity expansion, utilizing the only power distribution capacity to achieve high-power charging.