Peaks in your energy consumption are unnecessary, inefficient and expensive. Our batteries can clip these peaks, which results in significant savings for the user.
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Fluctuating energy demand is strenuous for energy assets like generators and grid connections. Power peaks require planning of much bigger energy assets to meet demands. The baseload, however, is often much lower than these peaks. Greener batteries shave these power peaks, allowing you to run smaller generators or a smaller grid connection to deliver the baseload. Smaller setups mean less money spent, reduced emission, noise and smell. On top of this, when the traditional energy assets fail, the battery functions as back-up power source.
Greener batteries allow grid connections (50-400 ampere, 3 phase) to become valuable energy assets to power events. The grid is used to keep the battery charged, while the battery catches the power peaks demanded by the stage, lights and food trucks.
Peak shaving on the grid is the quickest way to achieve an emission–free event. It can save up to 30% on costs compared to running traditional diesel generators.
Currently, 80% of the generators used at events run below 20% of their capacity. Their unused energy is lost in heat and friction. Such a waste!
The storage capacity of Greener batteries helps generators run optimally, regardless of temporary peaks in the energy demand. This reduces the running hours of the engine up to 85%, significantly lowering noise and smell disturbances to the environment. And achieving fuel savings up to 60%!
It is well known that the weather and the time of day dictate the generation of renewable energy, while the consumption of energy is subjected to human behavior. Our batteries can bridge the discrepancy between the production and demand by storing renewable energy and releasing it when it is needed. The battery is the perfect buffer when you are entirely dependent on renewable energy!
Events can reduce their CO2 footprint by 30 to 100% when incorporating batteries in their energy planning. Do you want to know at what cost, click below!I'm ready to start saving