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We are currently engaged in a new project, involving the construction of two MV Switching stations for an upcoming Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) initiative. These stations will be situated in Severalles Farm, Ilmer, Princess Risborough, UK, supplying 100MWh as storage capacity.
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EHOUSE FOR BESS APPLICATION TO BOOST RENEWABLE ENERGY
The demand for energy storage systems (BESS) is growing rapidly due to investments in the field of renewable energy storage. To meet this growing demand, we are developing innovative and compact plug-in substation technologies specifically designed to power such systems.
Thanks to its compact and modular design, the eHouse can be easily installed in different contexts and environments, reducing implementation time and costs. In addition, our eHouse is equipped with advanced monitoring and control technologies, enabling intelligent and optimised energy manageme
The BESS plays a crucial role in renewable energy installations, providing a range of benefits and solutions to optimise the integration of renewable energy sources into the power grid. Below are some key points on the role of the BESS system:
- Energy smoothing: The BESS system can store excess energy produced when availability is high and release it when production is lower than demand, ensuring a more stable and reliable supply.
- Peak load management: During periods of high energy demand, in order to release stored energy to support the power system, thus reducing the need to switch on fossil fuel power plants or conventional generation facilities.
- Integration of decentralised plants: BESS systems facilitate the integration of decentralised renewable plants, such as solar panels and wind turbines, into the power grid.
With our commitment to innovation and quality, we are ready to support the transition to a cleaner, more efficient energy future.
PLUG-IN SKIDS FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS
Our STC-Skids, or plug-in pre-fabricated substations, are modular solutions for the energy distribution produced by photovoltaic plants.
These systems include a number of electrical and mechanical components, enclosed in a pre-fabricated compact solution that allows an easy installation and greater flexibility in the plant configuration.
One of the main differences between distributed and centralized skids is the inverter feature.
Distributed skids use small dimension inverters, installed near photovoltaic panels, while centralized skids use larger inverters, which are installed inside the substation itself.
The choice between distributed and centralized skids depends on various factors, such as the number of photovoltaic panels, their arrangement and the availability of installation space.
In general, distributed skids are more suitable for small to medium sized PV plants, while centralized skids are more suitable for large sized PV plants.
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