Battery Energy Storage System
As the global energy demand soars, the quest for innovative energy storage solutions becomes imperative. Enter Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) – the cornerstone of energy that connects across power generation, transmission, distribution, and consumption. Amidst the global net-zero initiatives and the rapid rise of renewables, BESS plays a pivotal role in a carbon-neutral, sustainable future. At Neteon, we are committed to be your partner in providing the best-in-class BESS Networking Connectivity Solutions and embarking on the net-zero journey with you.
What is Battery Energy Storage System (BESS)?
Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) is a technology that stores electrical energy in batteries for later use. It is often used to store energy from renewable sources as it helps to balance supply and demand on the electrical grid.
The Key Elements of Battery Energy Storage System
Battery Management System (BMS)
- Battery monitoring and control
- Raises alert when battery status is abnormal
- Environmental conditions
- Unauthorized access
- Uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
Energy Management System (EMS)
- Controls power flow and monitors state of charge (SoC)
- Remote monitoring and KPI management
- Local and cloud-based data logging and management
Power Conversion System (PCS)
- Managing battery charging and discharging through EMS commands
- AC/DC conversion
Where BESS Comes into Play & Its Benefits: From Power Generation to Consumption
Why Partner with Neteon
Fostering Seamless BESS Integration with 20+ years of experience in industrial networking solutions
Dependable BESS Solutions backed by warranty and technical support
Tailored BESS Connectivity: We make sure our solutions will meet your needs
Empowering You with Cutting-Edge BESS Solutions.
BESS Communication Challenges
The 20/40-foot battery container produces extensive data, including temperature, voltage, and current readings every minute. Sorting valuable data from noise without bandwidth and processing inefficiencies poses a significant challenge.
BESS is crucial for grid stability, with high demand for real-time regulation and site information. Efficient use of stored renewable energy relies on long-term monitoring, while grid stability requires real-time control. High-speed data transmission is essential by long-distance communication and rapid fallback networks.
Advanced power grids demand swift charging and discharging of large battery storage for grid balance. Power auxiliary response time is aiming for 100-millisecond levels. Future communication systems must meet these demands with faster data transfer speeds and reliable redundancy designs.
With rising cyber threats to energy systems, heightened attention to data security is evident. Power grids, now considered critical national infrastructure, demand elevated cybersecurity standards. Strategies like NERC's "Security Integration" exemplify this trend, necessitating enhanced cybersecurity in future BESS communication designs.