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EnerSys has debuted its OptiGrid Stored Energy Solutions platform - a new turnkey megawatt-hour-scale energy management system for utilities and large industrial applications.

The package combines the appropriate battery chemistry with a power conditioning system, monitoring system, shelter/container, and full service and engineering program, the company says. Chemistries can include tubular technology, flat-plate valve-regulated, flat plate flooded, lithium ion or advanced lead-acid.

To complement the new platform's launch, EnerSys is completing the OptiGrid Stored Energy Solutions customer showcase, located in southern Vermont. This showcase is being built to enable customers to understand the product platform, as well as see the system in operation.


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