How does it work?
Explore how Power Shaper, the standard modular system fom Pixii, can be scaled to meet custom requirement from 10-300kW
Telecom operators are bound by their licenses to provide back-up for a given time after a power outage. This typically varies from 4-8 hours and beyond for the more critical sites. This represent a massive investment which is almost never utilized. In telecom networks round the world there are enormous amounts of energy storage that could be utilized to manage challenges in the local grids.
Introducing bi-directional converters, which both can ensure that the telecom loads gets their power as well as feeding energy back to the grid, these lazy assets can take a more active role and generate additional revenue.
The telecom operators already have a full view and control of all their sites and can easily aggregate these services and offer this to pools or entities dealing with energy trade.
The Pixiibox power converter combines the specification for telecom power with normal energy storage as it has a built in galvanic isolation. This is key to be able to have telecom equipment connected on the 48VDC (battery) side.
Research and development is at the core of our business idea – together with our clients we are deploying solutions that reduce power cost without reducing power consumption.
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