Customized Energy Solutions (CES) has successfully allowed more than 500 clients to stay ahead of the changes in the ever-evolving energy storage sector.
CES’s comprehensive suite of solutions and services including energy trading services, emerging technologies consulting services, demand response services, battery testing services and grid monitoring tools has services businesses looking to capitalize on opportunities in the rapidly growing market.
Foreseeing the energy storage market to grow exponentially Rahul Walawalkar, MD and President, Customized Energy Solutions India added, “The global electrical energy storage is estimated to multiply six times between 2016 and 2030. India along with the USA and Japan is anticipated to install 50% of energy storage systems by 2030. India’s strategy to have 100% EVs by 2030 alone can make a $300 billion market for EV batteries in India. With our comprehensive consultancy and dedicated Market Intelligence service, we have been enabling hundreds of companies from around the world to stay abreast of the market guidelines and regulations to serve future market needs. With our expertise, we aim to create a thriving ecosystem for advanced energy storage and EV technologies and make India a global hub for R&D and manufacturing in this space.”
Initially introduced to the market in 2004, CES India’s unique demand-response market initiative (energy efficiency and management) and its first voluntary demand program has propelled the mass adoption of energy storage. With a strong presence across the United States, Japan, and Mexico, CES’ India is aiming to boost the Indian energy paradigm.
CES is working with many distinct types of commercial and Industrial (C&I) facilities including data centers, IT office & manufacturing facilities to manage their energy portfolio by strategic energy sourcing planning.
CES also looks forward to helping Multi National Companies and corporate in India in their EV fleet adoption journey & EV charging infrastructure set up for their employees & customers.
Additionally, CES also works actively to promote industry-academia collaboration for propelling the commercialization of lab-scale technologies. CES has been closely working with government bodies, policymakers, global industry stakeholders, think tanks, and associations to make the energy sector self-reliant and establishing it’s recognized as the “champion” sector.