Building the interconnected systems for the future
How Battery Energy Storage Systems works
BESS plays a crucial role in integrating renewable energy sources into the grid by storing excess energy produced during peak generation times and releasing it when renewable sources are less productive.
By integrating BESS into the energy infrastructure, the variability of renewable energy sources can be mitigated, providing a more stable and resilient electrical grid. This contributes to the efficient utilization of renewable energy and supports the transition to a more sustainable and reliable energy system.
Renewable energy sources such as solar panels or wind turbines generate electricity, contributing to a cleaner and more environmentally friendly power generation.
The generated renewable energy is fed into the electrical grid, which acts as a central system that facilitates the distribution of electricity.
During periods of high renewable energy generation or low electricity demand, excess electricity is directed to the BESS, which discharge stored energy back into the grid.
The electricity discharged from the BESS reaches end-use applications, which can include homes, businesses, or industrial facilities.