Batteries for Energy Storage

A Simple Way to Reduce Your Energy Bill

By using a battery for energy storage, businesses can drastically cut their energy bills. A battery will automatically store energy from the grid when prices are low, then your facility can use that stored energy later when prices on the grid are high.

Enel X offers a range of flexible financing options designed to help your organization integrate battery storage and other distributed energy resources. Batteries can be paired with a variety of other assets to create even more benefits—consider some of the creative ways we've helped customers add batteries to their energy strategy:
 

Cost savings with standalone storage

An apple orchard in Ontario uses batteries to reduce demand charges and cut their bill.

Earn new revenues in market programs like demand response

An apartment complex in New York City leverage batteries to earn lucrative payments in demand response.

Resiliency with solar-plus-storage

A medical manufacturing facility has backup power in the case of extreme weather or a disruption to the energy grid.

Sustainability with storage, solar and EV charging

A university in Massachusetts combines a variety of renewable solutions to create savings and sustainability.

Fully Financed, Turnkey Energy Storage Projects

Enel X helps commercial and industrial energy consumers capitalize on opportunities in the energy markets. With a suite of flexible financing options, Enel X will cover all required costs and take responsibility for installing and operating the assets so your organization can capture the value—without committing to a capital investment.
 

To find out more about batteries and how they can cut your energy bill, download our Guide to No-Cost Energy Projects now!

We saw the opportunity for a storage facility onsite and are gratified to have partnered with Enel X to bring a clean energy solution that will improve energy reliability in the community.

Luke Falk, Vice President of Related Companies

We’ve had this Enel X battery storage system for about five or six months and we’ve had projections that we can save $100,000 per year. It’s good for the grid, good for the people of Ontario so we don’t have to build more facilities to generate more power, and it’s good environmentally.

Kirk Kemp, President of Algoma Orchards

This innovative collaboration with Enel X will enable us to take the campus to the next level by generating and storing energy in a fashion that minimizes our costs and maximizes the value of the solar energy we generate on the rooftop.

UMass Boston Interim Chancellor

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