Electricity storage systems for solar power plants

Avenston Innovation Center has begun researches on energy storage systems that can be used with small and medium-sized solar PV power plants. Our engineers are researching technologies and equipment based on which uninterruptible power supply systems from 5 to 100 kW can be completed. The equipment will work together with solar panels, which will compensate for its self-consumption or sell surplus electricity to the grid. In the first half of 2022, the test energy storage system is going to be installed, and we plan to start using commercial samples by the end of 2022.

Avenston Group has been actively involved in the implementation of solar energy projects since 2010. We prepare design documentation, supply equipment, and materials (including direct import of solar modules from the Tier-1 world’s leading manufacturers), carry out installation and commissioning works, connect solar power plants to Oblenergo’s grids, provide the necessary O&M for our solar power plants. Among the implemented projects are on-grid, hybrid, and off-grid PV power plants, including those using energy storage systems or buffer batteries. Avenston’s portfolio includes dozens of solar power plants with a total capacity of over 100 MW.

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