Systems of storage (accumulation) of electric energy are intended to provide stable, reliable electricity, regardless of natural conditions and time of day. Renewable energy (RED) power plants depend heavily on natural conditions: wind power can vary every 15 minutes, solar power is highly dependent on weather, and the work of small HES is also largely due to seasonal and weather factors.
Energy accumulation systems are industrial high-capacity batteries that allow for permanent operation of power plants as well as their integration into the general energy system. During periods of active work of the power plant, the system accumulates excess electricity, and during peak loads or during low station performance, batteries become sources that provide the required level of electricity.
Free Energy Company provides Ukraine with a wide range of lithium-ion batteries from a South Korean manufacturer, a recognized global leader in the field of energy storage systems. Korean energy saving systems are known in more than 50 countries of the world and are used in a wide variety of industries: defense, aerospace, electric vehicles, power generation and many more.
This can be a solution for both power plants and industrial enterprises as well as for private households.