Battery Storage

Battery storage involves storing generated electricity so that it can be used at a later time to meet demand. It is crucial in overcoming the intermittency of renewables, making them a viable alternative to fossil fuels and working in a de-centralised capacity, playing it’s role in energy security and providing resilience.

How does Battery Storage work?

The batteries store the renewable energy generated, and when it’s needed, they can quickly release the energy into the grid to meet the need. This makes the power supply smoother and more predictable. The energy stored in the batteries can also be used in times of peak demand, to reduce the heavy loads on centralised infrastructure.

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Congrye Mew Office

Battery Storage 

“A great example of a small yet highly efficient and very aesthetically pleasing installation that affords 100% on-site generation from the PV system and it’s battery storage configuration.  Reducing the client’s reliance on bought in electricity therefore reduces not only the cost but also the businesses carbon footprint. It provides resilience through the system maintaining a capacity to be used to provide energy in the event of a power cut, enabling system to maintain operational.”

Congyre mews is a small commercial office as part of an annex to the main property.  Integrating battery storage technology using a 2.6kw system, with 9 x 290 Wp Trina All Black modules, solaX hybrid inverter creating a yield to be 2,214 kWh per annum,