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Piller: Kinetic Energy Storage and Battery Storage Options United


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Piller was founded in Hamburg in 1909 by German engineer Anton Piller.

Piller is headquartered in Osterode, near Hanover, Germany, with subsidiaries in Europe, South and North America and Australia.? Employing around 1000 people worldwide, it is the only company to produce a range of rotary?UPS and static UPS technologies, encompassing kinetic energy storage systems or batteries, ground power units and 50/60 Hz frequency converters.

As economies around the world look for better ways to make use of energy sources for base power and peak reserve, the need for stabilization and energy ride-through is becoming more prevalent.

Kinetic energy storage offers an excellent solution for the bi-directional energy transfer necessary to compensate certain renewable energy sources. Piller rotary stabilisers can be used to manage the fluctuations of renewable energy such as wind and solar power, minimising perturbations on the electricity grid in the process.

With energy storage of up to 60MWs per unit, not only is stabilisation possible on a commercial level, so too is high power ride-through, making the use of embedded standby generation a real possibility for peak reserve and fast frequency response in utility networks.

The steadily increasing number of industrial facilities and data centres opting to generate their power requirements on-site depend on solutions that are stabilised when operating in island mode and can be seamlessly connected and disconnected from the utility supply.

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