On the international energy storage market and policy special session of the 9th China International Energy Storage conference, TUV South Germany group (hereinafter referred to as "TUV South Germany") issued the first PPP 59044a:2015 certificate for Muller energy's se1000-l megawatt energy storage system (20 feet container 1MWH) for the European market.
The certificate shows that the system meets the requirements of international standards in electrical safety, battery system safety, electromagnetic compatibility and emergency design.
In this certification project of se1000-l MWH energy storage system, TUV Nande Engineer provides technical support to Muller during product design, installation and commissioning, and conducts strict testing on site to ensure that the container energy storage system meets relevant standards and product safety. After certification by TUV Nande, the container energy storage system of this type not only meets the requirements of IEC and EN standards in the field of electrical safety and battery system safety, but also meets the relevant requirements of technical standards in electromagnetic compatibility and emergency design. The integrated subsystems and components, such as PCs, air conditioning, lighting, protection electrical and switchgear, all meet the requirements of EN standards, especially the selected fire fighting and fire alarm system meet the EU mandatory CE requirements.
Muller obtained the certification certificate issued by TUV South Germany this time, which provides support and convenience for its customs clearance in EU. In view of the European owners of energy storage system very much recognize TUV Nande's ability in energy storage specialty, TUV Nande certification not only solves the access problem of energy storage system made in China in European market, but also helps them reduce the technical risk of energy storage system. They believe that compared with the previous energy storage system without certification model, the energy storage system with certification model can operate more reliably for a long time.
PPP 59044a:2015 is the TUV SUD standard which TUV Nande compiled and released for large-scale energy storage system with its rich experience and technical accumulation in the field of energy storage battery. The standard puts forward technical requirements for subsystems including container foundation, battery system, heating and ventilation system, lighting system, PCs, monitoring and management system, electrical installation / complete equipment, gas alarm system, security system, fire protection system, access control system, etc. as well as the whole energy storage system, so as to control the technical risks of parts and coordinate the functions of each subsystem, It is a comprehensive escort for the safety of the container energy storage system.
The fire risk control test and assessment of energy storage system in PPP 59044a standard include: reduce the fire risk of battery itself through the battery safety, especially the thermal runaway spread test of battery; Through BMS functional safety assessment, the safety and reliability of battery system in the process of charging and discharging are increased; Through the evaluation of fire protection system, ensure the alarm and suppression of electrical fire; In addition, the standard also evaluates the emergency access and access control system for people entering the system to ensure that people can exit safely in case of fire alarm.
At present, TUV Nande provides one-stop testing and certification services for container battery energy storage system standard PPP 59044a to minimize the testing and certification cycle for enterprises. In addition, TUV Nande has carried out testing and certification for the corresponding standards of energy storage systems in many countries to meet the local access requirements of the target countries. TUV Nande's certification process starts from the product design and development stage, injecting safety genes into the whole product, ensuring that the product meets the safety and compliance requirements, and reducing the electrical risk, electric energy risk, fire and explosion risk of the container energy storage system.