1. Saft Presents New 1.8 MW Power Capability Delivered in a 20 Foot Container to Meet the Ramp Rate Challenges of Renewable Energy

    Saft Presents New 1.8 MW Power Capability Delivered in a 20 Foot Container to Meet the Ramp Rate Challenges of Renewable Energy

    Intensium® Max containerized system is now available with an uprated 3000 A current capability that delivers an industry leading 1.8 MW power capability. High power battery energy storage systems mitigate the steep ramp rates inherent in solar PV schemes to boost grid compatibility and avoid curtailment

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