02. Cost-saving via peak-shifting
Stationary battery storage enables energy users to purchase and store a surplus of energy during off-peak hours, when rates are lower, and deploy it later when rates go up to avoid paying higher energy prices. This peak-shifting can provide significant cost savings for commercial, industrial, and government facilities who rely on consistent energy supply—if the energy storage technologies can keep up with constantly changing needs and don’t drain resources from a organization’s core operations.
It’s why we believe Eos systems are an ideal choice for utility-rate arbitrage applications. Our zinc-based Znyth battery technology doesn’t require HVAC or flow pump systems, so systems like our containerized Eos Cube are simple to install and maintain. It’s also non-flammable and non-corrosive, enabling indoor storage even in densely populated environments. But most importantly, it’s highly tolerant of operational changes, allowing each system’s discharge duration and depth to be reset on a cycle-by-cycle basis to flexibly leverage fluctuating grid supply and demand—and related pricing.