REDUCE ENERGY COSTS AND PROVIDE CRITICAL BACKUP POWER WITH ENERGY STORAGE
Commercial and industrial power consumers know that energy costs can have a significant impact on your bottom line. Energy storage allows you to manage your energy costs by giving you control over when you use grid power, protecting you from demand charges and variable energy rates to deliver substantial savings. Energy storage can also provide critical backup power for commercial and industrial facilities, preventing lost revenue from production and costly equipment damage. Pairing commercial energy storage with renewable sources such as solar or wind allows you to maximize your use of these intermittent sources by storing excess energy when it is produced and using it when needed.
EXPERIENCE YOU CAN TRUST
To date, Dynapower has supplied over 500MWs of energy storage inverters, DC converters and fully-integrated energy storage systems worldwide. Dynapower energy storage inverters power the United States’ largest wind plus storage farm in Notrees, Texas (36MWs), the US’ first utility-scale solar plus storage facility in Rutland, Vermont and the nation’s largest NetZero building in Los Angeles, California.
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BENEFITS OF COMMERCIAL ENERGY STORAGE
Power outages cost commercial & industrial businesses tens of billions each year in the US alone. Dynapower’s energy storage solutions utilize proprietary, patented technology to provide seamless, uninterrupted backup power during grid outages and prevent costly downtime.
By leveraging energy storage to reduce power consumption from the grid during periods of high demand, commercial and industrial facilities can participate in demand response programs and earn incentives from your power provider.
Demand Charge Reduction
Typically based on your peak 15 minutes of power consumption during a billing period, demand charges often represent 30-70% of a commercial electric bill. Energy storage can be used to eliminate these peaks and reduce or eliminate these costly charges.
Energy storage paired with renewable generation enables you to build a localized grid that can disconnect from the main power grid in the event of a power outage to operate independently and reinforce overall grid resilience.
Maximize use of renewable energy sources when combined with solar or wind. Combining energy storage with intermittent sources like solar and wind allows commercial customers to store this energy when it is produced and use it when it is needed.
Energy Time Shifting
Energy storage allows you to shift your peak load away from the grid at high demand times – when electricity providers charge more. By shifting your grid energy use during the day, you can reduce energy charges throughout the year
MPS®-i125 EHV FULLY-INTEGRATED ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM
The MPS®-i125 EHV is a 125kW behind the meter Energy Storage System that combines Dynapower’s highly efﬁcient UL 1741 SA certiﬁed MPS®-125 EHV with Li-Ion batteries in a temperature controlled NEMA 3R-rated battery enclosure. The highly compact integrated system is easily deployed on a concrete pad, crushed stone or on the ground with a forklift and minimal labor, reducing system installation costs for integrators and system owners.
The 125kW Behind The Meter Energy Storage System features Dynapower’s proprietary Dynamic Transfer™ which, in the event of a grid disturbance, seamlessly switches a facility from grid-tied to battery backup power. MPS®-i125 EHV systems can be paralleled together to meet the sizing needs of any behind the meter installation. The MPS®-i125 EHV is capable of interoperation with other DER including solar, wind and diesel gen sets, and is able to operate in both grid-tied and microgrid applications.
MPS®-i125 EHV includes:
- MPS®-125 EHV Smart Energy Storage Inverter (UL 1741 SA)
- Outdoor Rated, Climate Controlled NEMA 3R Enclosure for Batteries
- Batteries – Configurable for 2, 4, or 6-hour duration
- All AC and DC Switchgear
- Local Energy Storage Controller
- AC Overcurrent Protection
- Integrated DC Input Fuses
- Redundant HVAC Cooling System
- Direct Release Fire Suppression System
- DC Pre-Charge
BLACK START — In the event of a complete system power outage, Dynapower’s patented Black Start restores power to the facility without the need for external power. Dynapower’s Black Start technology can start distribution networks even with transformer magnetizing currents that exceed the power rating of the inverters. Multiple MPS®-i125 EHV units can be restarted at once.
E COMP— A Volt Var function that provides immediate and automatic voltage support to the grid.
F COMP— A Hz-Watt function that provides immediate and automatic frequency support to the grid.
DYNAMIC TRANSFER™ — Dynapower’s proprietary patented Dynamic Transfer™ algorithm monitors grid stability and, upon detecting a grid disturbance, disconnects from the grid and transitions to stand-alone battery backup power mode on the load connection. The transition is seamless to the critical loads and supports 100% phase imbalance in UF mode.
|Operating Temp||-25 to 50°C, De-rated from 45 to 50°C|
|Rated Max Elevation||1,000 Meters Full Power; Up to 3,000 Meters with Derating|
|Enclosure||UL 3R / IP54 (outdoor)|
|AC Line Voltage||480 – 600 VAC 3 Phase|
|AC Line Frequency||60 Hz|
|Continuous AC Current||150 A RMS per MPS inverter|
|Overload AC Current||180 A RMS|
|Continuous AC Power||125 kW (@480) 150 kW (@600)|
|Power Factor||0 – 1.00 Leading or Lagging|
|Current Harmonics||IEEE 1547 Compliant, <5% TDD|
2, 4, and 6 hour
MPS®-i-125 EHV: 125kW @ 480v 167kW @ 600v
MPS®-i-250 EHV: 250kW @ 480v 300kW @ 600v
Ul 1973 (Tray), UL 1642
Inverter: IEEE 1547, UL 1741 SA
Batteries: UL 1973 (Tray), UL 1642
SEAMLESS BACKUP POWER WITH DYNAMIC TRANSFERTM
The MPS®-i125 EHV features Dynapower’s proprietary, patented Dynamic TransferTM technology which seamlessly transitions from grid tied to battery backup power in the case of grid disturbance, providing valuable grid resiliency for commercial, and industrial facilities. Dynapower’s Dynamic TransferTM algorithm monitors grid stability and, upon detecting a grid disturbance, disconnects from the grid and transitions to stand-alone mode on the load connection. The transition is seamless to the critical loads and supports 100% phase imbalance in UF mode.