Battery Energy Storage
Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) play a vital role in the decarbonization of the power system and the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions.
Meeting climate goals will turbocharge demand for BESS
What are BESS?
Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) are rechargeable batteries specifically designed to store energy from diverse sources and release it when needed.
These systems consists of one or more batteries and serve various functions, including grid balancing, backup power supply and bolstering grid stability.
BESS plays a vital role in maximizing the utilization of energy resources and enhancing the overall efficiency and reliability of the electric grid. Particularly important for construction electricity grids that are resilient, dependable and cost-effective, capable of effectively managing the intermittent nature of renewable energy sources like wind and solar power.
The benefits of BESS
Load leveling: Help balance energy supply and demand by storing excess energy during periods of low demand and releasing it during peak hours.
Backup power: During grid outages or emergencies, ensuring continuous power supply to critical loads.
Renewable energy integration: Manage the intermittent nature of renewable energy sources, such as solar or wind, by storing excess energy generated during peak production and supplying it during periods of low generation.
Microgrids: Create microgrids, which are small-scale power systems that can operate independently of the main grid.
What we do
We possess extensive expertise in range of areas, including conducting technology reviews, selecting suitable technologies, and managing project development.
This encompasses tasks such as engineering and providing support for permitting and regulatory compliance.