Battery Storage

Battery storage is a rapidly growing option that significantly enhances the ability to use renewable, decarbonized energy over entire time periods, not just when the sun is shining or the wind is blowing. Ultimately, it makes business sense. That’s why we are pleased to announce our partnership with e-On Batteries for deployment, implementation, and storage.  This partnership and technology is game-changing for a number of reasons:

First, battery storage allows for storage of green, renewable energy for use at whatever time your facility needs it to be consumed. Second, deploying the stored clean energy allows for peak shaving opportunities, which carry positive impacts in meeting both financial and environmental objectives. Third, battery storage provides resiliency to an all new level, previously unachievable in typical commercial and industrial settings.

Let RECORE provide the solution to enhance your environmental sustainability.

Battery Storage Solutions

How Does Battery Storage Work?

Adding a battery to your energy system allows you to store the excess electricity you generate to power your facility. This means you’ll import less electricity from the grid, saving you money on your energy bills.

What Is Battery Storage?

Put simply, battery storage allows you to store electricity generated from your renewable energy system to use at a later time. We recommend Lithium-ion technology using LifePO4 (Lithium-iron-phosphate) chemistry to prevent the use of heavy metals as well as lower heat production during charge and discharge.

FLEXIBLE OPTIONS

We provide customized solutions that simplify managing and saving money

SAVE ENERGY

A battery allows you to use the energy you generate even after the sun's gone down.

CUT COSTS

Save money by using the electricity you've stored in your battery.

PEACE OF MIND

Your investment is protected with our 10 year warranty on battery storage products.
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How big is a battery:
Batteries are modular packages that can be connected together to allow for larger capacities. A single cell package will store and produce 6.4 kWh of energy and similar in size to a carry-on suit case. Once they are stacked together in a computer rack (refrigerator size) they collectively store and produce 32 kWh of energy. With these scalable packages they can be combined and installed within a 40 foot cargo container to provide utility scale storage at 2.5 MWh.