Energy storage enables you to manage when and how your energy is used.
Energy Storage Systems (ESS) have emerged as a promising, versatile technology that can provide solutions to many electric-grid challenges. Without the ability to store large amounts of energy, conventional power systems have been reliant on matching supply and demand in real-time. However, with recent advances in storage technology and significant cost reductions, energy storage has never been simpler.
There are a wide-variety of applications for energy storage, including:
Electric Bill Management
Consumption of Onsite Generation
Backup Power/Microgrid Support
Advanced energy storage systems enable users to store excess energy to be used at a later time. The systems are rechargeable and allow for electrochemical, mechanical, or thermal energy storage.
Determine whether a facility would be a good candidate for energy storage, download the PDF to review Energy Storage Application benefits and system considerations.
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
Battery storage and microgrid controls allow critical systems to be entirely self-sufficient, eliminating energy risk from grid outages.
Solar panels combined with a battery energy storage system (BESS) allow Parris Island to shed load and switch to microgrid operations.