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EnerSys says it has marked its official entry into the large-scale energy storage systems market by opening the doors to its new OptiGrid Stored Energy Solutions customer showcase in South Burlington, Vt.

OptiGrid Stored Energy Solutions, a capacity optimization system for large-scale utility and industrial applications, helps customers comply with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission rules and provides grid stabilization by regulating voltage, frequency and ramp control, according to EnerSys.

"Our new customer showcase is a working site that allows customers to learn about our unique product platform, while providing them with a first-hand opportunity to view the system in operation,” explains Mike Kulesky, EnerSys’ director of commercial marketing for telecommunications, utility and new technologies.



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