InoBat Energy is changing to INO-HUB Energy !
We provide tailor-made commercial solutions for the use of stationary battery storage in combination with a renewable source. The design of the solution focuses on several types of battery systems equipped with an intelligent control system, maximizing the customer's future economic benefits with cash flow calculation, calculation of return on investment and optimal operation of the proposed solution.
In the field of R&D, our goal is to bring to market a sustainable storage solution as an alternative to lithium, lead-acid and other batteries made with precious metals, i.e. deployment of environmentally friendly batteries without negative effects on the environment. The project was notified by the European Commission within the IPCEI projects to be implemented in 2022-2027.
According to a study by the International Energy Agency and the European Patent Office, the way we can move towards sustainable energy sources and meet our future energy needs is also associated with a 50-fold increase in installed battery capacity and energy storage, which in GWh represents an increase from current 200 GWh to 10,000 GWh by 2040.
Today, INO-HUB Energy already brings solutions for industrial plants, commercial buildings or local distribution networks in order to:
Battery storage is suitable for various types of installations associated with increasing flexibility of the electricity management:
Batteries enable consumption of the electricity produced during peak periods, thus harmonizing production with consumption, trimming peaks, reducing charges for reserved capacity and increasing the use of renewable energy.
Renewable energy production
The combination of a battery with a renewable source ensures a more stable supply of electricity with predictable performance.
Batteries are suitable for fast-response ancillary markets, which are used to compensate flexible generating resources for services used to balance generation and load on the power grid in real time.
Batteries serve as a backup source of energy at a time when the existing connection does not cover the need to charge multiple electric vehicles at the same time, thus helping maintain the reserved capacity of the supply point and delay costly investments in distribution infrastructure.
Local distribution networks & microgrids
While in larger networks the interruption of total energy production is partially offset by a number of different producers, local distribution networks need batteries to ensure a constant supply of electricity.
Free battery capacity can be temporarily allocated to the electricity markets – so energy arbitrage in the day-ahead and real-time or intraday markets – these additional services present considerable added revenue potential.