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    Global Multi-Country Power Crisis, You Need It

    On the one hand, the global energy pattern is still in a period of rapid transformation, and on the other hand, the global energy consumption has increased sharply under the background of frequent extreme climate phenomena.

    Many countries around the world face a power crisisRecently, many countries around the world have experienced power shortages or even shortages. The reason is not only the high temperature record that has been constantly refreshed since the beginning of summer in the northern hemisphere, but also closely related to the energy policies of some countries and the current international situation.

    On June 26, 27, and 28, Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry issued a series of power-saving alerts, warning that the power supply and demand in the Tokyo area were severe. Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry also said that all power supply measures will be implemented, but it is expected that power supply will remain difficult, and the reserve power generation capacity is less than 5% - and this figure reaches 3%, which is the minimum condition to ensure a stable power supply.

    According to reports, the Japanese cabinet held a meeting on power supply and demand for the first time in nearly five years. The meeting decided to call on households and businesses to save electricity from July 1 to September 30.

    In addition to Japan, India, Pakistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and other Asian countries, more than 1 billion people have recently suffered from power outages from time to time, and there is little sign of relief at present. More than 700 million people in 16 of India's 28 states have been struggling with power outages ranging from two to 10 hours a day, an Indian official said.

    Electricity supply in Europe and the United States is also not optimistic.

    The US "Washington Post" recently reported that the United States may not have enough electricity to survive the summer heat wave. It is estimated that in the summer of 2022, the western and midwestern regions of the United States may face the risk of grid failure.The U.S. power department has previously issued a warning that more areas in the United States will face power shortages or even major power outages this summer, and may adopt “rotating power outages” to avoid grid paralysis.The high temperature record that has been continuously refreshed since the beginning of summer in the northern hemisphere this year is obviously one of the direct reasons for the current electricity crisis in many countries.Since mid-June, Spain, Portugal, France, Switzerland, Germany and other European countries have been hit by heat waves in advance. World Meteorological Organization spokeswoman Claire Nallis said temperatures in parts of Spain and France were more than 10 degrees Celsius above the average for this time of year.

    On the other side of the Atlantic, the U.S. is entering hot weather almost at the same time as European countries. According to US media reports on June 23, in mid-June, several cities in the eastern and Midwestern United States experienced record high temperatures, and other regions also faced extreme weather including historic floods and storms. At least 12 heat records in the eastern United States have been tied or broken under the second heat wave this year, and more than 20 million Americans in 16 states have received heat warnings.

    The high temperature "baking test" in South Asia this year is even more amazing. According to Reuters, India has experienced an unprecedented heatwave since late March. Temperatures exceeded 40 degrees Celsius in many parts of northern, western and eastern India.One of the main reasons for the tight power supply in Japan is that the early hot weather has caused a surge in power demand.

    According to reports, the Kanto region of Japan has experienced the shortest rainy season since statistics began in 1951 this year, and then ushered in a long high temperature. Recently, the temperature in some parts of Japan exceeded 40 degrees Celsius, setting a new record for the highest temperature for the same period on record.In such an environment, seeing the urgent need for electricity, the company began to carry out research and development of energy storage lithium batteries, expand products, and produce backup energy storage power sources that can be charged and stored by solar energy, so that life can have basic use of electricity.

    At present, the main push is divided into wall-mounted and rack-mounted lithium battery

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