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ZBB Energy Corp. has announced the opening of Anhui Meineng Store Energy System Co. Ltd.'s (Meineng Energy) advanced manufacturing center in Anhui Province, China.

The factory is designed to have an annualized nameplate capacity of 100 MWh of energy storage and control products. The 3,000 square-meter production area is configured with equipment designed to assemble and test ZBB EnerStore advanced energy-storage technology and ZBB EnerSection power and energy control systems.

Meineng Energy produces energy-storage and control systems ranging from 50 kWh to more than 5,000 kWh, customized to meet the specific needs of each application, according to the company.

Meineng Energy is a joint venture company formed by ZBB-PowerSav Holdings Ltd. and Anhui XinDong Investment Management Co. Ltd.


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