Advances in storage technology are creating promising opportunities for businesses wishing to participate in ancillary service markets. However, with so many technologies out there, it can be hard to know which ones are right for your needs. To make the right choice, you need to consider the technical factors that could have a direct impact on your competitiveness, such as response speed, reactive power capacity, frequency response, etc.
By calling on consultants with exceptional operational know-how, you'll be better positioned to choose the right technology, integrate it effectively into your operations and maximize its profitability.
Increase the efficiency of your power systems
Distributed and intermittent energy resources, like wind and solar, can make it harder to balance supply and demand in your power systems.
Network operators need to develop energy strategies that are based on thorough feasibility studies. This will ensure that the solutions you choose meet public utility requirements and comply with applicable regulations, while helping you control your operating costs.
Industrial customers: Meet your decarbonization goals
Many industrial companies have set their sights on becoming carbon-neutral, a goal that's largely dependent on their electrification strategy and use of renewable energy. But thanks to today's energy storage technologies, the challenges associated with the intermittent power generated by renewable sources—an issue that was long considered insurmountable—can now be overcome. When choosing an energy storage solution for your project, you need to consider its type, size and potential for generating profits. To do so, it's essential to carefully collect and analyze data from your network and gain a thorough understanding of the market rules.