As the demand for reliable battery energy storage systems (BESS) increases, many manufacturers are focusing on either residential or utility scale products. This approach has limited the options available for schools, small businesses, municipalities, and the commercial and industrial (C&I) space. Developing BESS solutions to serve this market (100kW to 2MW) requires a commitment of engineering and certification resources to adapt to the changing requirements for utility interconnection agreements. This paper highlights the advantages of a grid interconnected BESS and how it can play a role in optimizing energy consumption, minimizing cost, and enhancing grid stabilization.
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