Our ESaaS solution delivers real value to customers whose site(s) have an nominal baseload consumption of 50kWh+
The main areas of savings result from reduction of kWh during the Red Board (DUoS) and Triad (TNUoS) periods. Savings per 50kW Storage Module are typically £2,500 to £600 per year, dependant on DNO area.
New income streams through grid incentive programs and your participation. You host the batteries, which releases stored power back into your grid for upto 4 hours a day at peak cost times. We can provide ESaaS by allowing the batteries to participate in the National Grid Frequency Response scheme.
No Customer Capital Cost
As ESaaS generates income and savings we share in the savings/income by providing controlled energy release every day.
Energy Storage Advantages
• Power resilience (Full UPS capability)
• Additional savings through voltage regulation
• Harmonics reduction and power quality improvements
• Energy Storage
• Minimise transmission costs (Triads)
• Minimise distribution costs (Red DUoS)
• Capacity market change avoidance
• Average reduction of 10-15% off your electricity bill
• Balancing services: Frequency Response
• Balancing services reserve
• Capacity Market (CM)
• Renewable portfolio balancing
ESaaS has full UPS capabilities for the connected load, eliminating the need for additional back up generation.
Effects of ESAAS on a site ( electricity profile)
The chart shows a typical load profile for a commercial site with no on-site renewables.
The graph below indicates effect Storage has on the site electricity demand. The grey line is before storage is fitted. The orange line shows the effect of the Grid FFR scheme operating, and the storage modules releasing all stored energy during the Red/Triad periods.
It is the blue shaded column that illustrates the demand region that the facility needs to reduce in order to prevent incurring highest costs and inconsistent supply.
Fixed costs (DUoS & Triads) currently comprise 24% of the electricity bill based on Ofgem information and these charges will increase to 40% by 2020 based on ofgem information.