Our world is getting more digital, more connected, and more sustainable. This changes society and the way we do business – with energy systems as a core element of infrastructure. Increasing integration of power from renewable sources creates demand for different type of energy storage and opens a new opportunity for investment in smart battery storage development.
One of the biggest criticisms of renewable energy has been its inherently intermittent nature. Solar energy plants don’t produce power at night. Without a way to store renewable energy, fossil fuel will always be the backbone of the electric grid.
For the energy storage industry, the past five years have been something of a stage rehearsal for a market explosion to come.
What’s changed in the past few years is that energy storage is suddenly an economical asset to consider as part of the electric grid.
Energy storage is starting to make financial sense, which is the only way it will ever be able to reach scale. Utilities see value in energy storage as a way to offset expensive peak generation on high-demand days. Utilities are also seeing it as a way to reduce transmission and distribution costs, and even put off investment in new power plants.
Residential and commercial customers are seeing value from a different angle, using energy storage to reduce electricity bills.
Demand for smaller battery storage is also increasing for use in homes, offices, Boats, cars, caravans and in camping places.
We at Cepconica, Spain are pleased to offer different type of smart battery storage adapted for your needs. Please contact us for more information.
Our Lithium Batteries feature:
With 3,000 to 5,000 life cycles and high temperature stability and with the average charge rate up to 5 times faster, these batteries will stand the test of time (10x longer than lead-acid).
Depth of Discharge and Performance
Our batteries have 2 to 3 times more usable power (energy density) and have a 100% depth of discharge, meaning that they can be depleted to 0% and then charged back to 100% (when compared to AGM and lead-acid which are recommended to charge when they reach 50%). Lithium batteries also provide a higher voltage output at the terminals which remains flat, increasing overall efficiency and performance.
Our own BMS System
A BMS (battery management system) is crucial in ensuring safe operation of any lithium battery. The BMS monitors cell voltage, currents and temperatures to make sure they are operating in a safe range. The BMS is sealed internally and will shut the battery down should any fault condition occur. The battery will restart once the fault condition is cleared.