Energy Storage Systems
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INNOVATION THAT BRINGS NEW LIFE IN THE FIELD OF ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS 

Energy Storage Systems are an integral part of the smart grid and are essential for its proper function. As the number of decentralized sources increases, so does the importance of Energy Storage Systems. They can be implemented in the production, distribution and consumption of electricity.

FREQUENCY REGULATION
When the frequency fluctuates above or below specified ranges, and Energy Storage System uses so-called primary regulation to automatically stabilize it. In seconds. Wherever, whenever.

VOLTAGE REGULATION
Overvoltage and undervoltage can lead to turbine disconnection or cogeneration. Voltage regulation can prevent this. A Energy Storage System increases the resistance of rotation machines to the adverse effects of the central network.

BLACK START
If a power plant has no island mode available, it too can be affected by power outages when the main and backup sources fail. In such cases, a third source is required to restore operation. A Energy Storage System can provide power immediately, without delay.

RAMPING CONTROL
Thanks to ramping control and soft start in another source (e.g., turbine, cogeneration, diesel generator) can be changed into a hard start. A Energy Storage System uses its own batteries to compensated for the soft start of the source and maintains constant output from the very first second.
Ramping control allows heating plants to adjust their minutes reserves, e.g. from 15 minutes (MR15 +) to 5 minutes (MR5 +). Producers of renewable energy can use the ramping control function to modulate steep increases and decreases in power output, thus preventing voltage fluctuations in network.

CAPACITY FIRMING
Capacity of firming literally tames the sun and wind. It makes unstable renewable predictable. During peak production, it sends energy to batteries or graphene cells and stores it for later use. This smooths the production curve like the peak shaving on the part of the consumer.

PEAK SHAVING
A key function for businesses on high voltage and extra high voltage systems. During periods of peak demand, a Energy Storage System covers differences in planned consumption and ensures the organization's renewable sources are used at maximum efficiency. This significantly reduces reserve capacity costs and helps avoid high penalties for exceeding limits.

UPS BACKUP
For critical appliances, power outages can be prevented entirely using the UPS (Uninterrupted Power Source) function. In its role as a back-up power source, a Energy Storage Systems ensures a continuous supply of electricity. The function can also be used to prevent micro outages.

POWER FACTOR REGULATION
A Energy Storage System has no difficulty handling phase shift. It doesn't
matter if the voltage in the system is leading the current or vice versa. In either case, the system balances the discrepancy. The function is set up to permanently keep the cos ϕ value as close to 1 as possible.

INCREASED TRANSMISSION SYSTEM CAPACITY
Energy Storage Systems provide a solution to situations where the capacity of the distribution system is insufficient to cover the expansion of a factory, for instance. Instead of a lengthy and complicated process of upgrading to a larger mains connection, peak demand can be covered for limited periods of time with a Energy Storage System. Installation is easy, fast, and efficient.

REACTIVE POWER COMPENSATION

We can use graphene cells for appliances generating reactive current. A Energy Storage System is a considerably more practical solution, because it uses a single device to regulate reactive current across the entire industrial facility. is a considerably more practical solution, because it uses a single device to regulate reactive current across the entire industrial facility.

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