How CTECHI Home Energy Storage System works
Seamless communication across all energy systems
Use cloud-based software to connect solar energy to the building's current energy system, strategically turn certain systems on and off when needed (e.g., heating, lighting), and get power from the solar system at the most appropriate time to reduce the cost and overhead of both types of power requirements.
Optimize building loads
CTECHI Home Energy Storage System interacts actively and dynamically with building RTUs, solar systems, batteries, lighting, etc. to reduce peak demand and usage time costs. Use each system only if the building administrator and system software deem it necessary. All of this is controlled in a user-friendly remote access control panel. Advanced machine learning
CTECHI Home Energy Storage System learns and adapts to how occupants in buildings use it to adapt to patterns and trends observed over time, with the goal of continuously reducing energy consumption. Factors such as building utilization, solar production trends and weather patterns are also used to predict the future energy needs of buildings.
Learn more about battery energy storage
What is battery energy storage?
Battery energy storage systems work with solar panels (or other renewable sources, such as wind turbines) to store power generation for optimal use at peak times. These commercial batteries are rechargeable and perform more advanced functions such as peaking and load transfer.
Peaking involves reducing energy consumption during peak hours of one day (or even a year), while load transfer spreads power consumption from one time to another. Both are huge ways to reduce utility bills and can be done using battery storage systems.
How battery energy storage works
Peaking and load transfer can be done in a simple process. First, batteries will be charged by collecting clean renewable energy from solar, wind or other renewable sources. The advanced algorithms in the battery system then coordinate when to allocate energy to the building based on past usage history and other factors, such as weather conditions or time of day. Finally, when your device uses the highest energy, the energy stored in the battery is released
Key benefits: Storage of on-site power and reduced reliance on the grid
Excess energy generated by renewable energy systems, such as solar panels, can be stored in batteries and used later, reducing the organization's dependence on utility providers. This, in turn, reduces your electricity bill.
Use batteries for disaster recovery
The battery allows your organization to have backup power in case of emergency. If your power supply is down, the battery is the ideal solution to ensure temporary power supply. This is especially important for companies with large server space or higher technology dependencies.
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