Our energy storage sits alongside our award-winning EMS platform, Podium, to connect distributed energy resources (DERs), maximise on-site generation, create a buffer between your site and price volatility, and break through grid constraints.
All to create an energy eco-system that truly reaps rewards.
From smaller-scale rack systems for indoor applications through to standard containerised outdoor solutions, Wattstor delivers modular, scalable battery systems for industrial, commercial, agricultural and community sites.
Wattstor’s breakthrough DC coupled energy storage solution is making ripples across the industry.
By tapping into our pioneering technology, your site can add up to 8 times more Solar PV than grid constraints would lead you to believe. This creates the opportunity to maximise renewable deployment and site sustainability, all within regulations.
Let’s look at a typical scenario…
A site wants to connect solar PV and batteries to make the most of the Grid Connection. In this case, the grid constraint is 100kW.
The DNO counts the solar output and the battery output inverters generation, and therefore presumes the site is asking to connect 200kW of generation to a 100kW DNO connection. Therefore the DNO limits the connection to 50kW.
So how do we fix this issue? Read on…
By rearranging the topology of the on-site energy system and configuring the EMS and BESS accordingly, solar panels can be connected directly to a DC Wattstor battery system and not to the grid.
The single Wattstor inverter is the only generator and can be sized to 50kW for the DNO.
The site can then add between 5 and 8 times more Solar PV – maximising renewable deployment and site sustainability.
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