Intersolar 2024: OmnisPower introduces BESS powered by AI

The new BESS OmnisPower regulates energy management concerning prices and weather

A smart, state-of-the-art battery that can maintain optimal performance even in harsh environmental conditions. This is the storage system BESS (battery energy storage system) presented by OmnisPower Europe at Intersolar 2024, the largest European exhibition dedicated to the photovoltaic supply chain.

The device, the company explains, stands out as one of the few BESS in Europe with certification for the entire system and not just for individual components. With a unit capacity of 215 kWh but the ability to scale projects up to 2.5 MWh, the battery has been designed along two main lines: flexibility and robustness. “Modularity allows the seamless integration of add-on modules to meet the growing energy demand of companies,” says Orinta Eivaite, CEO of OmnisPower Europe.

Optimized operational efficiency

But the main feature of the OmnisPower storage system is the use of artificial intelligence as an enhancement tool for energy management. Here comes into play the skills of Inion Software. The Lithuanian startup specializes in the development of innovative energy management systems for the monitoring of photovoltaic systems and the control of accumulations. And for the BESS OmnisPower has created an ad hoc product. “Our AI-based energy management system dynamically adjusts internal strategies based on climate conditions and real-time energy demand, optimizing operational efficiency,” explains Dr. Robertas Janickas, CTO by Inion Software.

To complete the picture the exclusive air-liquid cooling technology, able to maintain high operating efficiencies.

The intelligent BESS of OmnisPower for the plant fv of the Interporto of Padua

The system is in days in the exhibition to Intersolar 2024 but the true debut has been completed to interporto Padua in 2023. EIKO Power, the spin-off of OmnisPower in Italy, has played a crucial role in this project by providing a BESS powered by 1.5 MWh AI for the new photovoltaic plant in the self-consumption of 1 MW of the airport.

“The implementation in Padua highlights the ability of our battery to reduce critical loads and optimize energy consumption during peak periods, leading to substantial cost savings,” adds Eivaite. “In addition, our AI-based system eliminates the need to manually manage the workload by independently selecting the optimal actions tailored to business needs”.

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