Imeon Energy has developed the new range of products called as X-TREM ESS, intended for solar self-consumption installations in industrial and tertiary sectors. This new product is suitable for installations requiring up to MW of power and MWh of stored energy.
December 09, 2020. By Manu Tayal
Imeon Energy has developed the new range of products called as X-TREM ESS, intended for solar self-consumption installations in industrial and tertiary sectors.
This new product is suitable for installations requiring up to MW of power and MWh of stored energy.
X-TREM ESS is an ‘all-in-one’ system integrating power electronics (MPPT, PCS), energy storage (lithium batteries) and Energy Management System (EMS). The solution is designed to be installed outdoors and is delivered pre-assembled, ready to connect, in order to minimize the time and effort required for the installation.
All the components of the X-TREM ESS are housed in an air-conditioned cabinet to allow deployments in environments with extreme climatic conditions while guaranteeing an optimal service life. X-TREM ESS, like all Imeon Energy’s products, benefits from the OS.ONE operating system which uses artificial intelligence algorithms to optimize the lifetime of the energy storage.
What is more, the X-TREM ESS provides power back-up function and can very well be used for electrification of isolated sites (with or without a generator).
Key advantages of the X-TREM ESS:
The company has been active in the field of power electronics and energy conversion since 2013. It developed intelligent solutions dedicated to photovoltaic (PV) installations to energy self-consumption with use of storage. Imeon solar hybrid inverters are available in more than 70 countries through a network of almost 40 distributors.
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