New Delhi, Jul 1 : Technology company Panasonic on Monday launched urban microgrids, hybrid Energy Storage Systems (ESS) with end to end solutions for Indian market.
The integrated solar power microgrids feature efficient, reliable and intelligent power storage solutions to power up urban residential and commercial areas. "Panasonic plans to cater to the huge market demand by partnering with utility companies providing services to commercial buildings such as hospitals, hotels, malls, industrial buildings and construction industry not just in India but also South East Asia, Middle East and Africa," said Panasonic India Head Energy Systems Atul Arya in a statement.
Taking a step forward in India, Panasonic will be collaborating with utility company BYPL to provide services in the Delhi region.
Through this partnership, Panasonic aims to create energy storage capacity of 60MWH over the next three years which will not only help with grid stabilization, management of peak power demand but also reduce diesel consumption of 4.3 Million litres and 11 thousand tons of CO2 emissions annually. The solution allows grid interaction, remote monitoring and data analytics that helps in optimising the energy usage. Microgrids would enable uninterrupted power supply and enhance operational flexibility for distribution utilities, which are facing challenges in coping up with the increasing demand and network stress, poor power quality and losses, etc. (UNI)