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Storing electrical energy in large quantities is possible

Energy storage allows for the availability of electrical energy and guarantees companies an adequate supply of electricity, according to the specific needs of each company or industry.

Thanks to the great benefits they offer, systems for storing electrical energy in large quantities have become a promising solution for making energy consumption more efficient.

There are a number of technologies that allow large-scale storage of electrical energy in large quantities to meet needs such as improving the quality of energy supply. Such is the case of supercapacitors, which can store a very high energy density with only 5% losses in daily self-discharges.

In addition, large energy storage systems help to maintain an emergency energy reserve, whereby daily operations can continue despite any blackout, as they are activated almost immediately to ensure energy supply.

Energy storage systems

Among the main systems by means of which electrical energy can be stored in large quantities and on a long-term basis for gradual supply, as a complement to grid management, are options such as reversible hydroelectric power plants, compressed air power plants and large battery systems.

The use of battery systems to store electricity in large quantities helps to increase the share of renewable energies in the needs of the electricity system.

In addition, this energy storage technology contributes to lowering the cost of electricity bills by reducing energy consumption during peak hours, when electricity costs are most expensive, as these are the busiest periods for both businesses and households.

See here the great advantages offered by Quartux's lithium battery system, which has positioned itself as one of the best storage solutions available in the country, and is definitely one of the most innovative electric energy storage projects. Through a reliable system with state-of-the-art technology, Quartux has managed to increase the energy storage capacity of its customers, thus reducing the costs of their energy consumption, which is reflected in a reduction in their electricity bill.

Quartux is a 100% Mexican company that has consolidated its position in the design, installation and operation of its intelligent lithium-ion battery system for storing electrical energy. Through its software with artificial intelligence, companies that use the platform can store large amounts of energy, have control of their consumption and monitor it in real time.

Batteries and renewable energies: two storage keys

The advancement of energy storage system technology continues to develop gradually, although in recent years its capacity and operation has seen unprecedented progress. Through technological innovations and the progressive installation of large battery energy storage systems, it will be possible to increasingly reserve surplus energy in industries and companies throughout the country, which will contribute to maintaining the availability of energy resources.

As discussed in previous articles in this blog, lithium-ion batteries have great advantages due to their high energy density, their highly resistant modular system, and they have proven to be highly efficient for charging and discharging energy. These characteristics make lithium-ion batteries, such as those used in the Quartux platform, the best option for electrical energy storage in various sectors such as industrial and commercial.

In addition, one of the main goals of the systems for storing electrical energy in large quantities is to increase the use of renewable energies in electrical systems, under the criteria of stability and quality of energy and to take advantage of the enormous potential of clean and renewable energies, at an increasingly accessible cost. In this way, while generating electricity, it is also possible to store it in order to make the best use of it.

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