Guide to Back Up Power: Considerations for Energy Storage Assets

Commercial and industrial businesses bear 98% of the tens of billions of dollars in costs associated with power outages in the United States each year. Despite these costs in lost production more than 80 percent of C & I energy storage installations today are NOT used for backup power.

With the cost of adding backup power being nominal when selecting the right inverter, and a pipeline of 1.3 GW of commercial and industrial energy storage installations forecast by 2021, Dynapower examines considerations for developers and end users when selecting an energy storage inverter to provide valuable backup power for their installation and maximum value for their energy storage installation.

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