Delta Group, provider of power and thermal management solutions, launched its Outdoor Energy Storage System (ESS) Cabinet, expanding its extensive line of storage solutions.
The Delta ESS Cabinet incorporates lithium-ion battery modules, a battery management system (BMS), and a built-in HVAC system for thermal management. Boasting a scalable system configuration, IP55-rated for dust and water protection, the ESS Cabinet can easily meet a diverse array of field capacity requirements, making it the perfect solution for any environment.
Through high-energy density and a long lifecycle, the ESS Cabinet helps commercial and industrial buildings optimize energy usage and save on operational costs by enabling demand charge management through peak shaving, time-of-use optimization via load shifting, power backup, renewables’ self-consumption optimization and ancillary power services.
“With Delta’s diversity of product offerings and systems expertise, we have become a key resource of complete solutions for commercial and industrial buildings, schools, and healthcare facilities, as they look to adopt and optimize onsite renewable energy installations,” said M.S. Huang, President of Delta Americas. “Our commitment to R&D is unmatched, which allows us to provide the most cutting-edge solutions in support of the ever changing energy landscape.”
Delta’s full PV & energy storage solution
Delta’s Power Conditioning System (PCS) is a bi-directional inverter with industry-leading power performance engineered for grid-tied energy storage systems. This technology pairs perfectly with the new Delta Outdoor ESS Cabinet or other mainstream branded battery systems. Delta’s PCS has minimal stand-by power loss, and provides real and reactive power compensation to improve power quality for a building.
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