Norwegian Solar offers PBES energy storage to support renewable energy generation
PBES and Norwegian Solar AS today announced a partnership agreement to provide PBES energy storage to support solar power generation in global markets. PBES will supply containerized storage solutions for Norwegian Solar’s systems being deployed in the USA and Saudi Arabia. This partnership underscores the rapid development of solar energy around the world, and the need for energy storage providers to create innovative flexible solutions to ensure maximum feasibility for renewables projects.
PBES’ storage solutions will be used to help the solar projects cope with peaks in demand by supporting higher output loads, as well as balancing out the supply by storing energy generated during the day at night. With the containerised design enabling rapid installation, this will contribute significantly to the success of solar projects around the globe.
“Norwegian Solar is a company with similar drive and ambition to PBES,” said Brent Perry, PBES Chief Executive Officer. “Their attention to quality customer service and ability to move quickly provide PBES with confidence that they are an ideal partner to bring our energy storage products to solar customers in the USA and Saudi Arabia.”
“We are pleased to announce the agreement with PBES,” stated Nils-Ivar Dyngeland, CEO and Founder, Norwegian Solar AS. “Much of the future of energy generation will be based on turn-key integrated solar and energy storage. After careful evaluation, the advantages of PBES’ innovations such as liquid cooling and CellSwap became clear. The company’s solution driven values fit well with our own.”
The PBES energy storage system has been designed to the highest standards of performance, safety and sustainability. It is designed to seamlessly integrate with all types of power generation in a variety of applications.