The supplier agreement signed between Holley Group of Taiwan and Sermatec of mainland China will provide 1MWh of lithium-iron-phosphate energy storage equipment for an industrial-commercial peak shaving project. The project will be the first in Taiwan to utilize energy storage equipment provided by a mainland Chinese company.
Holley was founded in Taiwan in 1968. The company is a provider of advanced materials, equipment, and technologies, including composite materials, engineering plastics, printed circuit boards, semiconductors, flatscreen monitors, touchscreen panels, and more. Holley has established subsidiary companies and/or agencies in the United States, Southeast Asia, mainland China, and Japan.
Sermatec is a Shanghai-based provider of energy storage solutions, including inverters, BMS, EMS, module design, and systems integration.