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What are Energy Storage Systems?

Simply explained, energy storage is the capture of energy produced at one time, which can be used at a later time when you need it. Sometimes it involves converting energy from forms that are difficult to store to more conveniently or economically storable forms. The need for energy storage systems is increasing rapidly due to a rising need for energy, especially from renewable energy sources. As the world population grows, so does the industrial sector.

A green hilly field with five wind power turbines lined up on a row.
Photo by Appolinary Kalashnikova

The major energy source as of today is fossil fuel and is as well-known damaging our planet through high CO2 emissions. Hence more sustainable power sources are in a dire need. Examples of such energy sources are hydro, solar and wind, but not all countries have the access hydro power plus wind and solar are very dependent on the weather. This can create intermittent power disruptions and to fill these power gaps an ESS* can be the right solution. In this way you can store the energy during periods of high energy input or lower demand and distribute the power during periods of low energy input and higher demand.

Energy storage systems have many different applications areas such as telecom back up, data center UPS’ or EPS’, or end-consumer products such as power boxes connected to solar panels for EV-charging. Together with our supplier Haidi, we can offer customized solutions for both large and small projects that require an energy storage. ESS gives you the possibility to store energy from environmental energy sources such as solar panels.

If you want to know more about ESS and how we can support you in your project, please don´t hesitate to contact us or look around at our website for more information.

Three battery storage modules are hanging on a white garage wall next to an EV charger.
Energy Storage System for end-consumer use.

*Energy Storage System

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