Energy Storage Systems

Take control of your energy supply, cut your bills and move towards a more sustainable future. With our energy storage systems, communities and businesses gain access to a safe, reliable and efficient power management to support the energy transition and the electrification of transportation.

Enabling the energy transition with energy storage

Capture energy whenever it’s available and use it on demand. You’ll see immediate gains in reliability and realize greater independence from the utility grid. This transformational technology revolutionizes power for all with energy storage systems for commercial and industrial applications.

Grid modernization

As the energy transition evolves globally, we remain committed to helping customers safely add more renewables, energy storage, and electric vehicle infrastructure to their energy mix – to become more sustainable and resilient while lowering energy costs.

Eaton xStorage Containerized Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS)

Our xStorage containerized BESS enables utilities, commercial and industrial facilities to store energy so that it can be used on demand, as a backup power source, or to participate in demand response programs selling energy back to the grid. It can also be used to maximize the consumption of renewable energy locally produced to power buildings or charge electric vehicles when needed. 

93PCS Power Conversion System

In a typical BESS, the power conversion system (PCS) serves as a bridge connected between the storage element – typically the (DC) Battery bank – and the (AC) power grid to enable bidirectional power conversion that is controlled, secured and efficient. With rated power up to 630kW, our xStorage 93PCS fits the requirements of typical BESS in commercial and industrial applications, offering on-grid/off-grid switch and renewable energy access.

Electric vehicle charging infrastructure

The xStorage BESS container allows EVCI networks to better manage and distribute peak demand to save money on energy costs, reduce their impact on electrical infrastructure, and earn revenue from grid support programs.

The difference between energy storage and UPS

UPSs (uninterruptible power supplies) are deployed primarily for high-quality, reliable backup power, not energy storage. Modern UPS technologies, however, can assist applications, like data centers, to optimize power usage during peak demand hours and allow facilities to earn additional revenues from currently-deployed assets.