Utility Case Study
How do you ensure uninterrupted power supply during transmission and distribution line overhauls that have lengthy timelines?
How do you compensate inadequacy of substations for growing load demands?
How do you ensure backup supply in emergency conditions?
TROES’ Battery Energy Storage in conjunction with a mobile substation can provide uninterrupted power and compensate for capacity constraints of existing substations. The unit can be relocated to sites with power inadequacies and support seasonally peaking demands.
About The System
This Non-Wire Alternative System can be relocated between substations to reliably provide power, compensate for inadequate systems or provide backup in emergency conditions.
Our proprietary battery designs include a Battery Management System (BMS) with 3-layers of control and 3-layers of operation protection and an AI powered Dual-Equilibrium™ Technology, proven to improve battery lifecycle & overall system efficiency.
|Battery Energy Storage System|
|Battery Technology||Lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4)|
|Nominal Energy Capacity||4149 kWh|
|Rated DC Voltage||3475 kWh|
|DC voltage OP range||672 V – 864 V|
|Auxillary AC Voltage||27.6 kV, 3 Phase|
|Utility Frequency||60 Hz|
|Nominal Voltage||38.4 V AC|
|DC Current Rating||270A*20|
|Operating Temperature||-20° – 50° C|
|Cycle Life||8200 Cycles @ 80% DoD (0.5C/0.5C, 25°C)|
|Balancing Method||Passive Balance|
|Enclosure||53 ft trailer*2|
|Thermal Runaway Protection||Yes|
|Battery Packs||UL1973, UN38.3|