Most of the storage systems currently in use worldwide use lithium batteries. These systems accumulate energy through the use of lithium ions, free positively charged particles that can easily react with other elements such as nitrogen, oxygen and water.
The structure of lithium batteries consists of a positive electrode (i.e. the lithium cathode) and a negative electrode (which is formed by a carbon anode), and their charging and discharging process is carried out by chemical reactions through which it is possible to accumulate and return energy generated in renewable power plants.
Among the main characteristics of lithium batteries are their high energy density, a modular system of greater resistance (compared to other types of batteries) and their high efficiency for charging and discharging energy. These qualities have made lithium batteries the best option in the universe of electrical energy storage in batteries for sectors such as industrial and commercial, both nationally and worldwide.
In this context, users of lithium battery electric energy storage systems such as Quartux's have discovered the smart battery storage solution that allows them to save on their electricity bill, while directly contributing to their ability to enhance their business opportunities and conduct their operations continuously and without interruptions by avoiding annoying power outages.
Intelligent energy storage solutions in lithium-ion batteries are one of the best technological innovations and have become big news for the energy sector.
The innovative software of Quartux, a 100% Mexican company at the forefront of energy storage in the country, successfully combines the technical knowledge of its specialists and their familiarity with the National Electric System (SEN) to design customized storage systems for each of its clients.
Quartux's software already has more than 35 thousand hours of operation in more than 10 entities in the country and its electrical energy storage system is tailor-made for each client, based on their specific consumption and savings needs. The platform's users have been able to optimize their income in the short term, have improved the quality of the energy they consume and have a continuous supply of electricity.
Quartux is a company that was created with the objective of solving a primary need of its customers: to guarantee the daily supply of energy required for their operation without raising costs and making the most of their energy consumption through the storage of electrical energy in lithium batteries.
This intelligent platform has been key for users belonging to sectors such as commercial or industrial, who were affected by the variation of electricity costs throughout the working day, are now able to store energy from the grid in the most advanced battery systems during the least expensive hours to use it during peak demand times.
In this way, Quartux has positioned itself as the best provider of energy solutions in the sector and has managed to meet the energy needs of large consumers with the use of the most advanced technology in the industry, as well as optimization models based on big data and artificial intelligence.
Do you feel that your electricity bill is too high? The Quartux team has the right battery energy storage solution for you.
After performing a diagnosis based on the specific energy consumption needs of the users, this innovative energy storage system is installed in less than four months to store and supply the amount of energy needed for its operation without consuming it during peak hours and with a positive impact on energy savings and a reduction in the cost of the electricity bill.
The win-win situation with Quartux is reflected in your economy, in the production capacity of your company and in a great benefit for the environment, by using renewable energies and contributing to the country's energy transition.
In addition, you have permanent access to your personalized control panel, through which you can monitor your company's energy parameters whenever you need to and follow up on the operation of the Quartux storage system.