Energy storage installations around the world will reach a cumulative 358 GW/1,028 GWh by the end of 2030, more than twenty times larger than the 17 GW/34 GWh online at the end of 2020, according to the latest forecast from research company BloombergNEF (BNEF). This boom in stationary energy storage will require more than $262 billion of investment (to 2030), BNEF estimates.
…But There Are 3 Big Problems
Better Visibility + Better Control = Better Outcomes
Conventional battery management architecture is a static and treats each cell in pack as forever identical. Battery power is controlled with a centralized system. Element Energy’s BMS architecture is distributed and adaptive with power conversion dedicated to each individual module, enabling real-time (cloud-based) monitoring, diagnostics & control at the same or lower cost as conventional battery management + power control systems.
CONVENTIONAL BMS
Conventional Battery Architecture
Single MW-scale Power Conversion
All Modules Controlled Identically
BMS POWERED BY
Element Energy Architecture
Distributed kW-scale Power Conversion
Each Module Individually Controlled
Safer
Longer Lasting
Higher Output
across all large format battery use cases

Element’s BMS system can be deployed across all large-format batteries: 

SECOND LIFE BATTERY STORAGE
FIRST LIFE BATTERY STORAGE
ELECTRIC VEHICLE INTEGRATION

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