Flexible, modular technology stack to suit any application.
AmpereHour’s energy storage technology stack enables the creation of the right storage solution for you, whatever your application..
Whether you are looking for DC-coupled storage to reduce PV clipping losses, or a standalone grid-connected system to reduce diesel consumption or even a fully off-grid microgrid, we can cater to your needs with our versatile and modular energy storage solutions.
Ah-Stack is AmpereHour’s modular, scalable Li-ion based energy storage stack. Designed for flexibility, it can be configured to a variety of power and energy ratings to suit your needs. The system is factory fitted and tested, providing you a fully plug and play experience, whatever your application. Ah-Stack systems have been used in off-grid rural mini-grids, within distribution networks, co-located with behind the meter solar and also as standalone systems. The Ah-Stack also comes in-built with the ELINA-Edge energy management system, so that you have fully visibility and control over all system parameters.
ELINA-Edge is a local energy storage management system that can be easily deployed with any of your existing or new energy storage assets independent of Ah-Stack. ELINA-Edge allows you to collect all field device data in real time, manage battery and inverter operating limits, run built-in active and reactive power control modes such as energy shift, peak shaving, PF improvement etc. In addition, you can build custom control algorithms using ELINA’s standardized REST API architecture as well as integrate data and controls into any third party DERMS / Central EMS / SCADA software over a variety of protocols.
If you own a fleet of energy storage / mini-grid assets, you can use ELINA’s server software as an aggregated energy management system / DERMS / Virtual Power Plant (VPP) solution to seamlessly aggregate, control and monitor your assets. ELINA-Server can be used with its own web based user interface, or the APIs can be integrated into any web based software that you currently use. The entire system can be hosted either on the cloud or an on-premise server, as per your requirements.