Two Government Buildings in New Brunswick implement Energy Storage Systems on the path to Net-Zero

Two Government Buildings in New Brunswick implement Energy Storage Systems on the path to Net-Zero

  • Post published:February 9, 2021
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Canadian Battery Energy Storage Systems company TROES is collaborating with New Brunswick based Al’s Electric Services to support Smart Grid Atlantic program initiated by NB power, NS power, NRCan and Siemens.

The project is a part of the Shediac Smart Energy Community Project; specifically, the component where two commercial buildings will be converted to net-zero. As such, TROES is delivering two separate systems to the Government of Canada Pension Centre and the Town of Shediac’s Multipurpose Centre. The primary purpose is to lower the buildings’ energy use through “peak shaving”. The sizes of the two systems are 30kW/124kWh and 100kW/528kWh. These systems will take advantage of renewable energy generated in the town by a new solar farm in coming months. TROES was chosen for these two projects due to our safer chemistry, highly adaptable design and guarantee of delivery.

The Shediac Smart Energy Community Project is part of the Smart Grid Atlantic program which is a four-year federally funded research and demonstration program aimed at determining how the energy technologies of the future can provide customer, community and provincial benefits.

TROES Corp. established in 2018, develops, designs, manufactures and delivers high-performance, rigorously-tested, innovative, cloud-based battery energy storage systems (BESS’s). Based on LiFePO4 technology and focused mainly on the Commercial, Industrial and Institutional applications, the BESS’s integrate TROES’ proprietary Battery Modules, Battery Management Systems (BMS), Enclosures and Power Conversion System (PCS). 

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