Power Grid Series

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Power Grid Series

Grid Series
(ESS container All-in-One)

Grid Series provide large-scale storage from kilowatts to megawatts. Our ESS Series containerised offer a variety of applications such as energy storage from renewable sources, grid stabilization, ancillary services and frequency regulation.

Feature:
• High power and energy density
• High charge/ discharge
• Long calendar lifespan
• High safety system with intelligent “self- protection”
• Lightweight
• Automatic fire extinguishing products advanced
• Low maintenance
• 90-95% of packaging efficiency
• Non-explosive hazard

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Category: Product ID: 2891

Product Description

Grid Series
(ESS container All-in-One)

BETA’s Energy Storage Container

Grid Series provide large-scale storage from kilowatts to megawatts. Our ESS Series containerised offer a variety of applications such as energy storage from renewable sources, grid stabilization, ancillary services and frequency regulation.

The standard battery ESS container includes:
• 20 ft. battery container including Battery Management Unit (BMU) and power controller (based on requirements).
• Auxiliary systems: Thermal management, cooling & ventilation, automatic fire prevention, environmental sensors, and other functions.
• Battery technology: Battery technology that is easily integrated as per customer specification. Battery options for container installation currently include Lithium ion type NMC.

Features:
• High power and energy density
• High charge/ discharge
• Long calendar lifespan
• High safety system with intelligent “self- protection” and battery management products
• Lightweight
• Automatic fire extinguishing products advanced
• Low maintenance
• 90-95% of packaging efficiency
• Non-explosive hazard

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Solution

PV shaping functions work by releasing a large discharge in the early morning before the sun reaches optimum position. The ESS then charges during peak daylight hours (around midday) before discharging again at sunset. This maintains a steady, predictable flow of energy, with a Depth Of Discharge (DOD) of around 70 percent, a significantly higher discharge than an ESS uses for ramp rate control.