Recently, the LFP energy storage system of Shenzhen Clou Electronics Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "CLOU") has successfully passed the system level of UL9540A test. UL9540A test, currently recognized as a challenging international safety test overseas. The passing of the test will help the development of CLOU ESS business in the world.
The safety of ESS is still the focus of general attention in the industry, relevant laws and regulations are gradually improving. UL9540A test standard is a test method proposed by UL to evaluate the large-scale thermal runaway fire spread of electrochemical ESS. The requirements of UL9540A for ESS are put forward by American authoritative industry standard and NFPA855 standard of National Fire Administration. The test is widely recognized in North America and even the world.
Based on high international standards, CLOU strictly controls product quality, and is committed to providing customers with safe, economical and efficient energy storage solutions to promote the healthy development of the energy storage industry. The passing of UL9540A thermal runaway test will help CLOU ESS products to be recognized by local owners, fire protection and other approval units, and promote the products to enter the overseas market smoothly. CLOU will continue to rely on excellent technology, while actively researching and innovating, striving to find the best balance of cost, safety and profitability, bringing more advanced ESS products to the world and promoting the global energy revolution.
Shenzhen CLOU Electronics Co., Ltd., founded in 1996 and listed on Shenzhen Stock Exchange in 2007(Stock code: 002121), is a national high-tech enterprise engaged in providing core technology and system solutions for smart energy and energy internet. The main business of CLOU covers smart grid, new energy and integrated energy service. While developing the domestic market, CLOU actively expands overseas markets and implements the globalization strategy. Up to now, CLOU's global business has involved more than 80 countries.