Declare Your Energy independence
The rise of energy storage in the marketplace is a result of the new value streams it presents to both residential and commercial customers. Traditionally, utilities have been in control of generating and delivering electricity to customers, but new business models and technologies have enabled end users to take control of this source of revenue behind-the-meter with distributed generation. Energy storage has taken the economic viability of distributed generation to new levels with the ability to participate in ancillary services, peak shaving, and demand response in certain markets. Residential and commercial customers can also participate in energy arbitrage by adding energy storage to their solar system and taking advantage of Time of Use on-peak and off-peak electricity prices to get the most value for their solar.
Time of Use
Who We Are
Energy storage becomes the most valuable when it’s acting as insurance and protecting against power outages. Some locations, such as coastal communities and islands, are more prone to power loss than others, but any location can benefit from an energy storage investment. After just a day of power loss, a small business could stand to lose as much as 18% of their revenue, which increases exponentially the longer the outage lasts. As utilities face more and more power quality challenges and effects of climate change become increasingly severe, the grid is expected to experience more frequent and disastrous outages.
the cost of a power outage as a percentage of revenue
businesses that have lost power in the past year
the amount that renewable energy could save society in business interruption losses
In addition to lives, the burden of cost upon the military for relying on diesel fuel is enormous and ripe for change in their energy mix. Depending on market conditions, the military pays between $2 and $3 per gallon for fuel. Beyond the cost to purchase the fuel commodity itself, there are also other hidden costs including the cost of protecting the transport of the fuel, transport equipment, and transport personnel. These transport and protection costs increase the total cost by up to 15 times the actual purchase price in most cases.
This project involved the design of the systems, procurement, and pre-assembly of components, and shipment to Kabul. IPS President, Tony Boniface traveled to Kabul to lead the project and train the installation team on-site.
Building the Future
One System at a Time
Day in and day out we deliver the products and services we would want in our own homes to our clients and customers to help solve their energy challenges. We do this by choosing only the best, safest, and most long-lasting products available to design a system that will continue to perform year after year.