Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS)

Power your Future with Uniteam's Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS)

Uniteam’s innovative Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) empower you to manage your energy use efficiently by unlocking the full potential of renewable energy sources.  We go beyond simply selling battery storage. We offer a customized BESS containerized solution tailored to your specific needs that includes:

  • Scalable Systems: From large-scale industrial applications to smaller energy storage for entrepreneurs, our BESS solutions adapt to your specific requirements.
  • Advanced Battery Management Systems (BMS): Uniteam will use market leaders intelligent BMS, that optimizes battery performance and extends lifespan.
  • Expert System Design: We collaborate with you to design a BESS solution that perfectly integrates with your existing infrastructure.


Benefits of BESS for Today and Tomorrow

  • Enhanced Energy Security: Store excess renewable energy from hydro, solar, or wind power, ensuring a reliable power supply even during outages or grid fluctuations.
  • Reduced Energy Costs: Utilize stored energy during peak demand periods to potentially reduce dependence on expensive grid electricity.
  • Low Carbon Energy Systems: BESS are a key component in the evolving landscape of energy solutions, offering a potential increase in low-carbon energy options compared to some traditional sources. As technology progresses and the range of applications grows, the market potential for BESS appears to be significant. However, its overall impact will depend on further analysis.


BESS Price

The cost of your Uniteam BESS solution will vary depending on several factors, including:

  • System Size: The capacity of your BESS and the needed container size will significantly impact the price (measured in kWh or MWh).
  • Battery Technology: Different battery chemistries offer varying lifespans and performance characteristics. Thereby this selection will again affect the price of the solution.
  • Project Requirements: Additional features like backup power systems or advanced monitoring software can also influence the overall price.

Typically, a complete BESS containerized solution from Uniteam starts around € 150.000 and scales upwards depending on your specific needs.



What is the lifespan of a BESS?

The lifespan of your BESS depends on the chosen battery technology and usage patterns. As a minimum, you should expect a 5-year lifespan, but some industrial battery suppliers will be able to offer a lifetime of up to 20 years.

How long does it take to install a BESS?

Installation timelines vary depending on the size and complexity of your system and the battery technology selected. Uniteam will provide a detailed project timeline during the consultation process.

When and how is the electricity stored in BESS?

Uniteam’s BESS solutions act like a smart energy vault. Imagine a sunny day when solar panels are generating more electricity than what’s being used. BESS captures this excess energy, essentially stockpiling it for later use. This energy storage becomes readily available when needed, offering several advantages. Firstly, BESS acts as a buffer, smoothing out the natural flow of energy demand. This ensures a consistent and reliable power supply, even during peak usage. Secondly, by strategically utilizing stored energy during high-demand periods, BESS can potentially lower your reliance on grid electricity.

Finally, BESS plays a crucial role in maintaining grid stability, especially with the increasing integration of renewable energy sources. It helps manage fluctuations in frequency and voltage, keeping the entire system healthy. And in the event of an outage, BESS can provide a vital backup power source, ensuring critical systems remain operational.

What is the difference between MW and MWh in battery storage?

When discussing BESS, two key measurements come into play: Megawatts (MW) and Megawatt-hours (MWh). While they might seem similar, they represent different but equally important aspects of a BESS’s capabilities. Shortly explained, the MW rating is how much power the system can deliver at once (think speed). MWh is how much total energy the system can store and deliver over time (think duration).  For example, a BESS with a power rating of 100 Megawatts (MW) and a usable energy capacity of 400 Megawatt-hours (MWh) will have an energy storage duration of approximately four hours.


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