Demand Charge

There are two parts to a commercial electricity bill: Energy Charges are based on the total amount of electricity you use, while Demand Charges are based on your highest “peak usage”. These demand charges are determined by the maximum power consumption occurring within a defined time interval (usually 15 minutes) over a billing cycle. Short-term peak power consumption will bring high demand electricity bills. Adding an energy storage system can effectively help reduce the electricity bill.

Reduce Electricity Bill

Adding an energy storage system (ESS) to the facility can effectively reduce the electricity bill. Its participate in peak-to-valley spreads to achieve arbitrage and ensure that demand electricity bills are reduced. Both in-front-of-the-meter and behind-the-meter can benefit from it.

Improve The Economics of Battery Storage

ESS can charge during low demand periods and discharge during high demand periods to reduce peak electricity generation. And customers can achieve electricity cost saving by deploying battery storage system to manage peak demand.

Our Products

POWEROAD Grand series of containerized ESS provide integrated battery systems with PCS built-in, also contains control cabinet…

Grand 5 is a battery system equipped with battery modules, 2-tier BMS, and CLOUD platform. It is designed in standard modular…

EPOCH Rack features battery modules with 2-tier BMS and control box, can be configured in series and parallel to compose the battery system…

Integrated with highly reliable lithium-ion battery and own-developed Battery Management System (BMS), POWEROAD provides battery modules…

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