In the event of a power outage, battery storage systems can provide power and reliability. Unlike backup generators, battery storage systems can quickly supply power to your critical equipment and loads in the event of a power outage.
By shifting power demand to off-peak periods, utilities don’t have to rely on carbon-intensive power generation sources. This helps utilities reach their goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Electricity bill savings
An industrial battery storage system allows you to reduce demand charges ($/kW) and energy costs ($/kWh). Your facility can also benefit from federal, state and utility incentives to drive down costs.
With or without solar panels
Battery storage systems can be installed independently of solar panels. The battery storage system can capture energy from the grid and release it back to your facility in case of backup power or back to the grid to reduce demand.
Battery Storage Systems
Business, municipal, and nonprofit facilities are looking for ways to lower their cost of doing business every day. Battery storage provides backup power and can also lower demand charges on your utility bill.
How Battery Storage Works
Battery energy storage systems store excess electricity from either the grid or solar during low-demand periods. By capturing this electricity, the battery storage system then releases the electricity when power is needed during power outages or peak demand times.
Benefits of Battery Storage
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