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Eaton Launches EV Charging Infrastructure and BESS Solutions to Power APAC's Transition

Eaton announced the launch of new power management solutions to support Asia Pacific's (APAC)'s green energy transition.

October 18, 2022. By News Bureau

Eaton announced the launch of new power management solutions to support Asia Pacific's (APAC)'s green energy transition.

This includes a suite of electric vehicle charging infrastructure (EVCI) solutions as well as its xStorage range of battery energy storage systems (BESS) designed for APAC's unique business and operational environment.

With the electrification of the economy, and the emergence of new opportunities for businesses and consumers to produce their own energy and export it back to the grid, energy will flow through the grid in more directions and through more devices than before.

"When we incorporate renewable energy into the grid, one key challenge is balancing its variability against always-on demand," said Jimmy Yam, Vice President, East Asia, Eaton. "Flexible, intelligent power systems will be key to making a more sustainable future a reality. Beyond ensuring power reliability and managing costs, such solutions can help businesses navigate the transitional challenges of adopting greener alternatives – be it meeting evolving regulations and preparing for future shifts in demand."

As part of its broader energy transition mission, Eaton has also entered into a new partnership under Singapore's Sustainable Tropical Data Centre Testbed (STDCT), to drive the development of innovative and sustainable solutions for data centers in the tropics.

Through Eaton's Everything as a Grid approach to the energy transition, different stakeholders are able to play a role in generating, balancing, storing and distributing electricity – which are historically done by utilities.

These include residential, commercial and industrial (C&I) properties, such as data centers, factories and electric vehicle (EV) transport operators.

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