Aowei ultracapacitor technology has application in grid stabilization
Chariot Motors and the giant in ultracapacitor development Aowei offer an application for solving problems in grid stabilization, which are a result of the increased use of various electric equipment in enterprises. This type of UC application is suitable for microgrid peak shaving in large enterprises such as ports, industrial factories manufacturing semiconductors chips, or electronic equipment, as well as heavy metal factories – all of which could not afford power interruptions.
UC energy storage and grid stability in enterprises
UC energy storage systems can help support grid stability by providing a fast response time in the frequency control market. Frequency is the measure of the speed at which alternating current (AC) changes direction, which must be kept within a narrow range of 50 or 60 Hertz to ensure the stability of the grid. If the frequency deviates from this range, it can cause blackouts and damage to the enterprises’ equipment.
Chariot Motors and UC producer Aowei have an ultracapacitor solution that can respond very quickly to changes in frequency, making it ideal for providing frequency regulation services. When there is energy excess in the grid, the UC can be charged. When there is a shortage of energy, the UC can be discharged very quickly, providing power to the grid, and helping maintain the frequency within safe limits, when many appliances are in use simultaneously. This helps ensure that the grid remains stable and reliable.
Grid stabilization solutions provide a stable energy supply with minimized frequency deviations.
With a fast response time measured in milliseconds, our Aowei UC system provides a reliable and efficient means of energy storage and distribution, allowing off-grid systems to operate at maximum efficiency and with minimum downtime.
Ultracapacitor technology offers high power density and fast response times, allowing the system to quickly absorb or release energy as needed to maintain grid stability. The result is a stable energy supply that mitigates frequency deviations and ensures consistent, reliable power for off-grid applications.