Why are Businesses Embracing Distributed Energy Resources?
For today’s businesses, the ability to operate critical equipment independently from the electric grid is becoming increasingly valuable.
Energy storage, solar photovoltaics (PV), and other distributed energy resources (DERs) enable businesses to power critical equipment during grid outages, avoid spikes in energy prices, reduce costly utility charges based on grid demand peaks, and earn payments through demand response and other incentive programs.
How Enel X Connects Businesses to Energy Storage
Modeling the Right System
Enel X’s energy experts will model the right energy storage or solar+storage system to accommodate your facilities’ operational needs.
Providing Financing, Installation, and Operation Options
Enel X offers flexible financing options to help customers integrate DERs based on their financial needs, and will oversee the integration of the technology into your facility.
Real-Time Optimization to Maximize Value
Enel X’s DER Optimization Software automatically transitions a facility’s load onto DERs when it will create the most value, such as withstanding a grid outage, earning demand response payments, or avoiding costly demand charges.
Ontario Energy Storage Calculator
See how energy storage could help your Ontario based organization take control of energy costs with our calculator.
Solar + Storage Opportunities in Massachusetts
Massachusetts is offering a new incentive program for on-site solar power generation and energy storage projects. These incentives create an opportunity for the state’s large energy users to integrate solar-plus-storage technology—enabling them to reduce total energy spend and maximize payments through utility and ISO ancillary programs.
With the flexibility of Enel X’s solution, we can participate in the summer DMP program and then use the energy storage systems to reduce demand charges during the off-season.
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Marcus Garvey Village Installs New York City’s First Microgrid Providing Peak Load Reduction, Standalone Backup Power, and Solar PV Self-Consumption
New York City is one of the most energy-intensive urban environments in the world. As loads grow over time,different networks become constrained. The Brooklyn-Queens area is now the target of a comprehensive energyefficiency and load reduction program, in which Enel X is playing a major role.