Industrial and Commercial Energy Storage Project Design Principles

With the continuous development and application of renewable energy, the demand for energy storage systems in the industrial and commercial fields is also growing. Energy storage systems can effectively balance electricity supply and demand, improve energy utilization efficiency, reduce corporate energy costs, and provide stable and reliable power support for industrial and commercial users. This article will analyze the design process of energy storage system grid access solutions.

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01. Determine the access capacity of the energy storage system

First, we need to conduct a comprehensive energy demand analysis of the enterprise, understand the enterprise’s transformer conditions, electricity consumption characteristics, load curves, peak-valley price differences and other key information, in order to determine the appropriate energy storage capacity and output power. At the same time, we also need to consider the scalability of the system and reserve space for possible future expansion. During the planning process, we also need to consider the economy of the system, and by configuring a reasonable energy storage capacity, we strive to reduce the investment and maintenance costs of the system while meeting user needs.

02. Coordination of energy storage with the power grid or other energy sources

Energy storage systems can operate independently as a powerful supplement to the power grid, providing power support when needed. They can also be coupled with photovoltaics, wind power, etc. Therefore, in the access design, we need to consider factors such as the voltage level and capacity of the power grid or photovoltaics to ensure that the energy storage system can seamlessly connect with multiple energy sources and realize the two-way flow of energy.

03. Security design

The safety design of industrial and commercial energy storage systems includes electrical safety, fire safety, lightning protection safety and other aspects. In the access design, we need to select appropriate energy storage equipment, formulate a reasonable electrical layout, and set up effective protection measures to ensure the safe operation of the system. At the same time, we also need to regularly conduct safety inspections and maintenance of the system to promptly discover and deal with potential safety hazards.

04. Control strategy design

Energy storage systems involve many application scenarios in actual operation. Control strategy design is an indispensable part of the actual operation of energy storage systems, aiming to improve the efficiency, stability and reliability of the system. For example, high/low pressure side backflow prevention, demand control, photovoltaic storage coordinated operation control, peak-valley arbitrage, dynamic capacity expansion, etc.

By installing intelligent monitoring equipment to access the EMS control system, real-time monitoring of key parameters such as the operating status, power information, and temperature data of the energy storage system can be performed, and through data analysis, the system’s operating strategy can be optimized to improve the system’s operating efficiency. In addition, remote monitoring and scheduling of the energy storage system can be achieved through the remote control system, improving the system’s management level and response speed.

As an important direction in the energy field, industrial and commercial energy storage has broad application prospects and development space. We hope that through the above introduction of industrial and commercial energy storage design solutions, everyone will have a better understanding of industrial and commercial energy storage systems and be helpful for the design of industrial and commercial energy storage projects.

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