Decongest your grid and improve power quality with our flexible battery energy storage system with advanced functionality
With electrification of society coms an increase of new renewables in the energy mix, making it a challenge to manage distribution grids designed for a completely different situation. So, you need a quick to deploy and cost-effective solution to support your ageing assets and improve your quality of supply.
The Pixii battery energy storage system is modular and comes with advanced functionality, like voltage support, phase balancing, active and reactive power compensation, giving network operators the tools they need to ensure that the quality of electricity is according to the consumers expectations.
The Pixii BESS is quick to deploy and easy to install, with hot swappable modules allowing for easy maintenance. Remote monitoring gives you complete control of your assets, and with a range of services and support, including software enrichment upgrades, you will be future-proof.
Typical functions for DSO/DNSP applications:
Monitor and maintain ideal line voltage in remote locations at low cost, by using our power management and storage solution as a buffer, enabling you to inject and absorb active/reactive power to and from the grid.
Balance your three-phase load to provide utilisation of your upstream distribution network, by feeding power from phases with low load – to phases with high load and thereby stabilizing the phase voltages.
Active and reactive power compensation
Reduce the operational cost of your network by adding smart energy storage, allowing you to consume or generate, active or reactive power, to improve the performance of your network and minimize energy losses.
Allow for shared battery storage embedded in your network, closer to the end-user, enabling customers to lower their energy bills by utilizing more of their generated renewable power, reducing carbon footprint and stabilizing the grid.
Improve local peak power capacity by increasing maximum power capacity through smart energy storage systems. In locations with temporary overloads, energy storage systems can be installed to cover the overload to avoid having to upgrade larger parts of the grid.