What is a battery?
A battery stores energy and converts it into electrical energy. Batteries can help meet peaks and troughs in electricity demand, making the power grid more stable. Batteries come in different sizes and capacities, from small cells in electronic devices to large energy storage systems that support businesses and keep energy supplies stable.
Battery solutions, for whom?
PZEM distinguishes itself in the energy market by optimally deploying batteries for maximum returns. PZEM owns a 24/7 short-term trading department and an analyst team, who determine the best use of batteries on a daily basis, focused on the Dutch short-term market. With our constant focus on the Dutch short-term market, we quickly identify daily opportunities and make adjustments accordingly. Determining optimal charging strategies is customized, where we consider technical capabilities as well as the specific installation and geographical location of the batteries. In addition, PZEM provides detailed reports for a transparent overview of earnings and investment evaluations, such as payback periods and efficiency losses. Our advanced IT solutions also enable us to deploy batteries to prevent capacity and local congestion problems.
The Battery - Energy Storage
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More about E-World
E-world energy & water is where the European energy industry comes together in Essen. More than a fifth of the exhibiting companies are based abroad.
Come to E-world from 20 to 22 February and meet our team of experts specialising in Asset Optimisation & Trading, Origination & Structuring and Business to Business. They are ready to share their knowledge and insights with you.
What is congestion?
To become more sustainable, many companies have begun to electrify their processes, this creates capacity problems in the power grid, often referred to as congestion. Effective methods of energy storage and flexible adjustments to generation are crucial to reducing congestion and ensuring a reliable energy supply. These approaches are necessary not only for the current grid, but also for the future stability and sustainability of the power grid.