Transworld, Inc. is always searching out new technologies that will allow us to reach all of our customer’s needs. The L2000 Modular Container Distributed Energy Storage System is new technology from Johnson Controls that we found to be innovative and potentially beneficial for our customer’s needs. The L2000 Modular Container Distributed Energy Storage System draws on Johnson Controls world-class battery technology, in-depth buildings expertise and intelligent controls to handle multiple, concurrent applications. The scalable system can provide hours of high-energy output within a proven modular design, drawing on Johnson Controls’ decades of experience in modular data centers and chiller plants. It can manage energy use (peaks and demands), cut cost, and provide backup power for buildings, campus or enterprises. Controls go beyond the battery to optimize whole-building performance and simplify participation in energy markets.
This new technology will benefit the customers’ bottom line by managing energy use through the following:
Utility Surge Charges
* It is also great technology for assisting or replacing current UPS/uninterruptable power source systems.
Clemson University has partnered with Johnson Controls on new battery technology. We recently were invited to join Graham L. Morin’s, Business Development Manager from Johnson Controls, presentation on their recent research on this new Distributed Energy Storage System. It was held at Clemson University’s Energy Innovation Center where we also had the opportunity to tour the building. We got to see the L2000 modular Container Distributed Energy Storage System and learn about Clemson’s new technology and power testing technology.
We are excited about these future opportunities and creating relationships that will benefit our customers’ bottom line.
Below are two link to article with more information on the L2000 Modular Container Distributed Energy Storage System and the L1000 In-Building Distributed Energy Storage System, enjoy!
Electrical Contractor Charleston South Carolina
Distributed Energy Storage System. L1000 In Building