The solution consisted of a four quadrant inverter and 400kWh of lithium batteries in a 20 foot container. The main function of the equipment is to store a substantial quantity of solar power into the batteries and have them available to support peak power demand and provide back-up for the connected load.
It is also utilised for improving power quality by injecting real and reactive power into the grid. Masoud Abshar, Managing Director will detail the case study, the challenges, why this solution was chosen, and key learnings for other engineers, plus the company's work in the Residential Energy Storage market.
Details for the Presentation
Date: 30 September 2014 (Tuesday)
Venue: Curtin University Building 213 Room 104
Time: 12.30-1 pm (25 minutes presentation followed by 5 minutes Q&A)
** Further Details are available on the AUPEC 2014 website. **