Delta partook in the Energy Storage India Expo-2017 held at Nehru Centre, Mumbai from 12th – 13th January, 2017.
Delta exhibited its latest state of the art technology in Lithium-Ion Batteries (Cell, Modules and Racks), Energy Storage Solutions (Containerized Storage), Power Conditioning Systems and Energy Management Systems at this premier show.
Delta has acquired the lithium-ion battery technology through its acquisition of MHI (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries) lithium-ion division which brings in a batch of patents along with the cell to module to system level capabilities.
Delta’s energy storage solution range starts from standalone modules (2.6kwh) which can be used in series and parallel to build cabinet of 41 kWh up to MWh scale:
Delta’s DBS48V50S battery module is an excellent energy source with a long service life for applications such as commercial energy storage systems and renewable energy storage systems. Its ready-to-go design provides advantages such as the flexible and easy configuration of battery systems ranging from 48V to 900V based on application requirements. In order to make sure cells are in the same operating condition, it has built-in Cell Monitor Unit (CMU) to manage the cell balance, monitor and collect individual cell’s temperature and voltage.
The MWh scale system is capable of overcoming the challenges faced by the irregular and unpredictable energy generation in renewable systems as well as the balancing of the Grid for utilities applications. Delta’s modular energy storage system is ideal for peak shaving and time shifting in utility grids as well as for back-up power in telecom and data centre applications.
Delta’s Energy Storage System (ESS) offers high-efficiency power conditioning capabilities for demand management, power dispatch, renewable energy smoothing and more. Delta’s Li-ion battery portfolio covers cells, modules, cabinets and containers, which offer customers excellent scalability and adaptability for a wide variety of requirements.