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SimpliPhi partners with utilities globally that seek innovative solutions to reduce costs and pollution as well as extend grid service, increase grid capacity and resiliency with firesafe, non-toxic, scalable energy storage.
Utility Deploys Solar+SimpliPhi All-in-One Units to Deliver Reliable Power to Remote, Rural Customers.
As a utility, we’re exploring alternative ways to extend power to our entire service area. What is SimpliPhi's solution?
Coupling SimpliPhi storage with any power generation source allows utilities to cut transmission and extend service beyond the limits of grid-scale infrastructure. Our solutions save utilities money and enable a much faster timeline for implementation.
Can SimpliPhi partner with us to create an energy storage program for customers to increase our grid capacity?
Because PHI batteries offer features that residential and commercial customers want most, including superior safety, reliability, longevity and scalability, SimpliPhi partners with utilities to design energy storage programs that benefit both the utility and the rate payer. The ability for utilities to promote distributed energy storage solutions that are non-toxic, do not pose the danger of fire that can be installed in homes and businesses, both indoors and out, boosts program adoption and advances utilities’ grid modernization goals.
We’d like to reduce or eliminate reliance on diesel generators in our rural service areas. Can SimpliPhi help?
SimpliPhi has worked with utilities worldwide to supply reliable, safe energy to rural and remote customers who have historically had to rely upon diesel generators. With a SimpliPhi microgrid system, generators are downsized and used only as backup power to charge the batteries when needed. Customers save money on fuel and are protected from the pollution created by diesel, leveraging the power of renewable energy.
Can SimpliPhi help utilities meet their renewable energy targets?
Yes, by pairing energy storage with the power of the sun and/or wind, utilities are able to satisfy or surpass their renewable energy targets with distributed, firesafe, non-toxic solutions along the entire electric distribution grid.