Energy storage systems for power generation plants can be distributed or centralized. They are used to smooth the electricity supply from renewable sources, such as wind and solar, thus stabilizing the electrical grid, controlling the energy flow, and optimizing asset operation to create new revenue.
This energy storage system renovates wind power plants with a high feed-in tariff in order to solve wind curtailment problems, reduce wind power fluctuations, and improve power output quality. The energy storage solution increases the dispatchability and predictability of wind energy, thereby helping to meet strict code and connection permits and assisting in peak load and frequency regulation.
The increased renewable energy proportions in power grids aggravates the power supply fluctuations, increasing frequency modulation demands in power generation plants.
The energy storage system features a rapid response and high precision, allowing it to fix slow response times and low frequency modulation precision in thermal power plant generator sets.
The energy storage system is designed to renovate PV power plants with a high feed-in tariff, effectively solving solar energy curtailment problems, reducing solar power supply fluctuations, and improving electricity output quality. The energy storage solution assists in increasing solar energy dispatchability and predictability helping the PV power stations balance electricity supply and demand during peak times, as well as provide other ancillary services.