The way people consume electricity is changing. With the rise of renewables, electric vehicles and distributed generation, the energy landscape is evolving to support our modern lives.
But new solutions can exacerbate existing problems, like costly and inefficient spinning reserves, or bring on new ones altogether, like the addressing intermittency of renewables. We believe in technology’s ability to transform this critical infrastructure to accelerate grid modernization, with energy storage as a cornerstone of tomorrow’s electricity networks.
With the introduction of energy storage, we now have the technical capability to create resilient and self-healing networks that effectively interact with renewables, microgrids, mini-grids, and fully distributed generation. Energy storage also enables improved system utilization and right-sized investments to reduce system-level costs.