Our flywheel technology can also be used to recover the braking energy of trains, or for energy recovery in some lifting systems such as elevator or harbor cranes.
Also at present, braking energy in some trains and lifting systems is not regenerated, but simply wasted.
With a flywheel on board, braking energy can be captured and stored inside the rotating mass as kinetic energy. It can later be recovered from the flywheel and reused for acceleration or upward movement.
Quick charging of multiple electric vehicles at ones generates high loads, which can overload the local power grid, and makes deployment of EV charging stations in remote areas with poorly developed energy infrastructure simply impossible.
For example, ultrafast charging dozen EVs at same time requires power infrastructure equivalent to powering a skyscraper! In many areas, local power grids cannot meet this demand and requires energy storage to make fast EV charging possible.
Our flywheel energy storage can absorb the peak demand, support stability of the local grid. STOREPOWER flywheel energy storage system is designed to boost existing power grid infrastructure without high investments in upgrade.
Our Battery energy storage system (BESS) is designed under modular approach, so individual battery modules can be stacked together to provide up to 3.35 MW of power with just one 40" container.
Power outage and unreliable supply can disrupt normal operation and lead to interruption of critical operations or even to a long downtime.
We offer stackable lithium-ion batteries, that can be assembled with all the necessary control electronics inside a wall-mount box, electrical cabinet, or even a cargo container to provide an uninterruptible power supply for any application scenario. Combined use with other storage systems is also available.