ESS Module Trafostationen mit Batterienspeicherung

Energy Storage Modules (ESM)
Up to 4 MW
Output voltage range of
120 volts to 40.5 kV
Table of contents
Definition ................................................................................................................................................................................. 3
Applications ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Features ................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Components ............................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Technical data sheet - ESM pre-designed modules .............................................................................................................. 12
Typical sketch - ESM pre-designed unit ............................................................................................................................... 14
Technical data sheet - CEM pre-designed units .................................................................................................................... 15
Summary ................................................................................................................................................................................ 16
Notes ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
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Definition
An Energy Storage Module (ESM) is a packaged solution that
stores energy for use at a later time. The energy is usually
stored in batteries for specific energy demands or to effectively
optimize cost.
ESM can store electrical energy and supply it to designated
loads as a primary or supplementary source. Moreover, it provides a stable and continuous power supply regardless of the
supply source status. Voltage and frequency regulation can also
be improved by using ESM modules.
ESM contains inverters that rectify the AC energy into DC to
store in the batteries and then invert the DC energy into AC
energy. The energy inverted into AC power can be connected
to the electrical network at low (<1000 Volts) or medium voltage
(<40.5 kV).
ABB provides the necessary electrical, protective and monitoring equipment along with the battery system to utilize the
batteries safely with a pre-designed system designed to meet
ANSI, IEC, and other international standards. This will guarantee
a high level of energy continuity and superior power quality in a
safe and cost effective module.
The ESM enclosure is engineered to maintain the internal
temperature within the design limits as well as provide protection. Different temperature classes and protection degrees are
available according to the application and size. The degree of
protection for the ESM enclosure is designed according to IP or
NEMA standards.
ESM is available in several capacities with individual modules up
to 4 MW and an output voltage range from 120 volts to 40.5 kV
at 50 or 60 Hertz, single or three phase system.
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Applications
ESM has different applications within the distribution network
aiming to improve the quality and continuity of the power at
optimal cost. The main applications of the ESM are:
Load shifting / time of use management: The practice of
altering the pattern of energy use so that on-peak energy use is
shifted to off-peak periods.
Graph number 1 below shows a peak shaving/load shifting
application. The blue line shows the customer demand profile,
which is peaking late in the afternoon. The purple line shows
what the Energy Storage Module is doing, charging early in
the morning when the demand is low and discharging when
the demand is peaking. The yellow line shows the net effect on
the electrical grid (a lower demand peak and a more balanced
demand).
Benefits:
a) Reduces the cost of energy by charging the system with low
priced energy and discharging later when the energy prices are
high
b) Shifts renewable generation to peak times, allowing for
participation in capacity markets as a dispatchable resource,
smoothing the renewable output
Renewable energy smoothing or ramp control: Reduces the
impact of quick changes in renewable generation levels. It can
be used to ensure that wind-farm ramp-rates (MW/min) are kept
within design limits and to eliminate rapid voltage and power
swings on the electrical grid.
Peak shaving: Peak shaving is related to Load Shifting. Both
are part of the demand management in which the ultimate goal
is to increase the load factor.
Graph number 2 on the next page shows a renewable smoothing ramp control application. The wind farm power is shown in
orange. The ESM system power is shown in blue. The black line
shows the net effect on the electrical grid (a gentler ramp slope
and lower variability).
Benefits:
a) Commercial and industrial customers reduce their energy
charges by improving their load factor
b) Utilities reduce the operational cost of generating power during peak periods (reducing the need for peaking units)
c) Investment in infrastructure is delayed because they have flatter loads with smaller peaks.
Renewable capacity firming: Helps maintain the power output
at a committed (firm) level for a period of time.
Graph 1: Peak shaving/load shifting
1000
800
Power [kW]
600
400
Customer Demand profile [kW]
Battery charging/discharging Power [kW]
Resultant Grid Demand Profile [kW]
200
0
0:00
4:00
7:38
11:15
-200
-400
Time of day [hr]
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15:15
19:15
23:15
Frequency regulation: In this application, the ESM charges
and discharges in response to analog signals received every 1
to 4 seconds. The system supports the frequency on the grid
and keeps a state-of-charge of approximately 50%. ESM is an
attractive option for this application due to its rapid response
time.
Spinning reserves: In this application, the ESM remains
charged and responds in case of a generation or transmission
outages. Depending on the application need, the system can respond within milliseconds or minutes. The ESM supplies power
until the back-up generator is started and running.
This application allows the generators to work at optimum power, without the need to keep idle capacity for spinning reserves.
The system can also eliminate the need of having back-up
generators running idle.
Delay in line upgrades: An ESM can be placed electrically
downstream in a congested transmission system, helping to
reduce the overloads in the lines and delay investments in line
upgrades.
Power quality: An ESM helps protect the loads further downstream against short-duration events that affect the quality of
power delivered to the load.
Voltage and VAR support: An ESM can help to maintain the
grid voltage by injecting or absorbing reactive power (VAR)
Railroad applications: Accelerating a heavy train can expose
the grid to a peak load that traditionally necessitated extensive
investment in capacity expansion. An ESM unit can supply the
required acceleration power that is taken from the most recent
deceleration.
Outage management: ESM can provide power for short periods of time to a network reducing or eliminating the effect of a
temporary outage.
Graph 2: Renewable energy smoothing or ramp control
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Features
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High level of reliability and power supply continuity
High level of safety for equipment and personnel
Simple and quick installation
High quality galvanized steel sandwich type housing
solutions
Concrete substations available upon request
Upon request, certain ESM modules can be designed with
arc proof design (according to IEC standard 62271-202)
Modules with a power rating of up to 4MW
For power requirements higher than 4 MW, several ESM
modules can be connected in parallel and be controlled as a
single unit
Output voltage range of 120 volts to 40.5 KV at 50 or 60
Hertz, single or three phases system
Dry type transformers to reduce maintenance costs and risk
Oil type transformer also available
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− Upon-request battery racks designs to maximize cooling and
efficiency
− Compartmented and segregated enclosures available
− Standard ratings and enclosure sizes. Tailor made dimensions are available upon request
− Safety interlocked designs available
− Engineered enclosure for efficient cooling in order to keep the
temperature of the equipment within the design limits
− SCADA ready packages available
− Optimal product selection for grid connection combining ABB
products and customer interface requirements
− Seamless integration of high quality products to assure high
reliability
− Proven track record of containerized solutions in many severe
environments all over the world
Components
ESM is an integrated system of power equipment such as
transformers, low and medium voltage switchgear together with
automation equipment such as inverters in a galvanized steel
enclosure. This unique design provides quick, simple installation, with a high level of safety for the equipment as well as for
operators or people around.
Network
ESM
Medium or Low
Voltage
switchgear
(optional)
Step up or
isolation
transformer
(optional)
Converter
(DC:AC)
Batteries
The ESM portfolio includes two types of ABB inverters, which
are selected depending on the application and the power of
the modules: ABB LV ESI inverter and ABB LV PCS inverter. A
description of these two platforms is included in the following
section.
Battery Management System (BMS)
The BMS will perform the measurement necessary to manage
the batteries (measuring variables like voltage, temperature, current) in order to extend the battery life and increase the safety of
the system. The communication between the BMS and inverter
control system is pretested in order to achieve a safer and
quicker installation.
Batteries
ESM includes different types of preselected Lithium ion battery
technologies, selected by ABB’s in-house team of battery experts to ensure that they can perform according to the application requirements. ABB can also design and supply customized
solutions with other battery technologies (Lead acid, Nickel
Cadmium, Sodium Nickel Chloride, among others).
Typical one line diagram for a three-phase system:
Electrical Network
Low and medium voltage switchgear
The energy from batteries is connected to the network through
the medium or low voltage switchgear depending on the application. The ABB switchgear guarantees state-of-the-art
protection for a safe and reliable performance of the ESM in the
electrical network. ESM can be provided with a SCADA package which facilitates the remote monitoring and control of the
switchgear and inverters.
Vacuum Breaker
Customer Communication
(Fuse Disconnector-Optional)
Step-Up XFMR
Inverter
Inverter
Controller
HMI
Transformer
The transformer can be a dry or oil type per user requirements.
Several ratios, voltage, connections, and frequencies are available to meet network ratings.
Low Voltage Breaker
Inverter
The inverter changes AC power to DC to charge the batteries
(if supplied as AC) and the DC energy from the batteries into
single or three phase AC energy at 50 or 60 Hertz depending on
the user requirements.
BMS
Unit
Low Voltage Contactor
Batteries
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Components - ESM ABB inverters
ABB/LV ESI inverters for energy storage applications
Experienced and reliable inverter technology
ABB is a world leader in inverter technology. The ESM
portfolio includes two types of ABB inverters, which are
selected depending on the application and the power of the
modules.
Flexible, modular and redundant
ESI inverter is a modular design. Up to 32 inverters can be
connected together which provides a wide range of power.
Furthermore redundancy functionality permits compliance with
even the most stringent requirements on redundancy imposed
in critical applications.
Power quality
ABB ESI inverter propose unsurpassed functionality in term of
power quality such as:
− Reactive power compensation of both inductive and
capacitive loads
− Unprecedented harmonic filtering efficiency
− Load balancing in both 3 and 4-wire systems
Features
− Allows a range of energy storage devices to be coupled
to the grids
− Dynamic power control (P)
− Dynamic reactive power control (Q)
− Harmonic mitigation
− Islanding mode
− CAN communication
Model
ESI-I
ESI-M
ESI-S
Ratings
Inverter maximum power at 415VAC (3-phase)
Up to 323kw in one unit
Up to 108kw in one unit
Up to 72kw in one unit
Battery voltage range
V1: 600-830VDC at 415VAC
600-830VDC at 415VAC
600-830V DC at 415VAC (3-phase)
170-830V DC at 120VAC (single-phase)
V2: 975-1200VDC at 690VAC
Electrical characteristics
Connection method
3-phase
3-phase
3-phase/3-phase + N/single-phase
AC Nominal Network voltage
V1: 208-480VAC
V1: 208-480VAC
208-240VAC (3-phase)
380-415VAC (3-phase)
V2: 480-690VAC
120-415VAC (single-phase)
Network frequency
AC Line current per inverter(Arms)
50 Hz/60 Hz - +/- 5%
V1: 300 A, 450 A
70 A, 100 A, 130 A, 150 A
V2: 180 A, 320 A
3 times the line current rating(1)
Neutral current rating per inverter (Arms)
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Modularity
Maximum 32 inverters can be combined
Redundancy(2)
Equipment losses
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30 A, 45 A, 60 A, 70 A, 80 A, 90 A,
100 A
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Master/master or master/slave arrangement
3% of the equipment rated power typically
Components
ABB/LV ESI inverters for energy storage applications
Model
Internal power circuit protection
ESI-I
ESI-M
Circuit breaker
ESI-S
Fuse box disconnector (optional)
-
Power quality characteristics
Programmable from 0.6 (inductive) to 0.6 (capacitive)(3)
Reactive power compensation: target cos Φ
Harmonic mitigation
Up to 2 nd to 50 th harmonic(4)
Harmonic range
Harmonics selectable
20 individual harmonics
3-wire: 20 harmonics
4-wire: 15 harmonics
Filtering target
Programmable for each harmonic in absolute Ampere value
Harmonic attenuation factor
Better than 97% at rated load
(IH (source)/IH (load))
Reaction time
< 500μs instantaneous response
Response time
2 networks cycles typically (10-90% filtering)
Load balancing characteristics
Balance the currents between phases and/or between phases and neutral
Programming/communication
Digital I/O
2 digital inputs/6 digital outputs (potential free)
Alarm contact
1 NO/NC alarm contact (potential free)
Programming/Monitoring
Using PQF-Manager GUI
Using Modbus RTU interface (optional)
Using PQF-Link software (optional)
Battery Management System communication
Mounting
Dimensions per inverter
CAN
Free floor standing cubicle (ESI-I-M) or IP00 plate (ESI-M)
800 x 600 x 2150 mm
(W x D x H)
Approximate weight (unpacked)
600 x 600 x 2150 mm (cubicle)
498 x 432 x 1697 mm (plate)
180 A/250 A units: 525 kg
270 kg (cubicle)
320 A/450 A units: 620 kg
150 kg (plate)
IP21
Plate version: IP00
Optional: IP41 (5)
Cubicle version: IP21
Color
IP protection
Wall-mount enclosure
585 x 310 x 700 mm
120 kg
RAL 7035 (light gray)
IP30
Optional: IP41(5)
Installation aspects
Indoor installation in clean environment up to 1000 m altitude(6)
Altitude
-10°C to 40°C (6)
Ambient temperature
Maximum 95% relative humidity, non-condensing(7)
Humidity
Cable entry
Bottom
Top or bottom (to be specified at
Bottom
time of ordering)
CT requirements
Only required for Power Quality features
Standards
UL
IEC
UL-508
60439-1 (EMC class)
EMC Immunity: 61000-6-2
EMC Emissions: 61000-6-4
(1)
Neutral current rating of PQFS 100 A units is limited to 270 Arms.
For full redundancy combine only master units. If limited redundancy is acceptable, master and slave units can be combined. The desired redundancy level can be obtained by
selecting more or less master units.
(3)
If cos Φ of the installation is higher than the target cos Φ, the filter will not downgrade the existing cos Φ
(4)
ESI inverter cannot filter zero sequence if it does not have a neutral connection.
(5)
For IP41 models, 10% derating applies.
(6)
Higher altitudes (up to 2000 m/ 6600 ft max.) and temperatures (up to 50°C/122°F max.) with suitable derating.
(7)
The maximum relative humidity for operational purposes is 95%. When the units are stored for a longer time, do not exceed a relative humidity of 85%.
(2)
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Components - ESM ABB converters
ABB/LV PCS inverters for energy storage applications
Experienced and reliable inverter technology
ABB is a world leader in inverter technology. The ESM portfolio
includes two types of ABB inverters, which are selected depending on the application and the power of the modules.
Features
– Allows energy storage devices to be coupled to the grid
– Dynamic power control (P)
– Dynamic reactive power control (Q)
– Current source mode for sub-cycle response to power commands
– Virtual Generator Control Mode providing grid stabilization via
synthetic inertia and active damping
– High and low voltage ride through
– Modular inverter blocks for simple long term maintenance
– Scalable building block design
– Redundant inverter design increases reliability and availability
Options
– Island mode
– Black start capability
– Dynamic control for applications such as peak-shaving, spinning
reserve, etc.
The ABB Power Conversion System is designed to be a complete
package including everything between the battery and the utility bus.
Main components of the PCS
– AC circuit breakers and protection
– Main isolation/step-up transformer
– Auxiliary transformer and power distribution circuit
– Sine wave filter network
– Inverters
– DC circuit breakers and protection
– Local and remote control
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Components - ESM ABB converters
ABB/LV PCS inverters for energy storage applications
Configurations
500 kW cabinet
1000 kW rack
Protection class
NEMA 1, 3R & 4
NEMA 1, 3R & 4
Unit continous kW rating
70-500
300-700
MVAr System applied
All configurations can be paralleled to obtain higher ratings needed
650-1300
DC system
DC voltage range (VDC)
400-1120
400-1120
Voltage ripple
IEEE compliant
IEEE compliant
AC grid voltage (kV)
.2 to 35
.2 to 35
AC tolerance
+/-10%
+/-10%
Output Frequency
50 / 60
50 / 60
Harmonic Distortion, Current
IEEE compliant
IEEE compliant
PCS efficiency
>94%
>94%
PCS100 inverter efficiency
>97%
>97%
Cooling
Forced Air
Forced Air
Ambient temperature range (nominal) A
0°C to 50°C
0°C to 50°C
Relative humidity
0 to 100%
0 to 100%
Maximum altitude ft (m)B
9843 (3000)
9843 (3000)
Seismic rating
Zone 4
Zone 4
Noise level of inverters
75-85 dBA
75-85 dBA
32Wx32Dx85H
88Wx32Dx97H
128Wx32Dx97H
(809x804x2154)
(2241x800x2464)
(3241x800x2464)
AC grid
Efficiency
Environmental limits
Housing options - dimensions and weights
A) Indoor package, in (mm) 0°C to 50°C A,C
A - PCS temperature rating depends on housing selection; PCS100 interverters are derated over 40°C
B - Systems derated above 1000 m
C - Indoor 500 kW cabinet solution control cabinet mounted in cabinet if space permits, otherwise separate mounting
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Technical data sheet - Pre-designed modules
An Energy Storage Module (ESM) is a packaged solution
that stores energy for use at a later time. The energy is
usually stored in batteries for specific energy demands or
to effectively optimize cost. The Energy Storage Modules
include all the components required to store the energy and
connect it with the electrical grid.
Storage
Typical
Energy Size
Application
Phases
Output
Type of Enclosure /
Voltage
Approximate Dimension
Cycle life
Components
(kW / kWh)
Two Enclosures
a) Connection equipment
(one):
Outage management/
25 / 50
Time of use manage-
Battery rack, Battery Manage-
W=3’11”/1185 mm
1 or 3
ment/Peak Shaving/
Up to
690 V
Capacity Firming
D=2’4”/710 mm
H=5’8”/1710 mm
1000 cycles at rated power
and energy
ment system, DC protection,
Inverter, AC protection, control
system
b) Battery Enclosure (one):
W=5’8”/1715 mm
D=5’4”/1610 mm
H=4’10”/1470 mm
The system will charge or
500 / 125
Capacity Firming/Fre-
3
quency regulation
Battery rack, Battery Manage-
W=26’9”/8141 mm
discharge, per 5 years, in
ment system, DC protection,
Up to
D=8’3”/2513 mm
response to a frequency
Inverter, AC protection, control
690 V
H=8’4”/2539 mm
regulation signal received
system
Outage management/
every 4 seconds
Note: The scope does not include an Isolation transformer
Three Enclosures:
a) Connection equipment
500 / 1500
Outage management/
Up to
(one):
Time of use manage-
690 V or
W=15’11”/4830 mm
Medium
D=8’3”/2515 mm
2000 cycles at rated power
Capacity Firming/Fre-
Voltage up
H=8’4”/2539 mm
and energy
quency regulation
to 24 kV
b) Battery Enclosure (two):
Note: The scope does not in-
W=40’/12192 mm
clude an Isolation transformer
ment/Peak Shaving/
3
Battery rack, Battery Management system, DC protection,
Inverter, AC protection, control
system
D=8’/2438 mm
H=8’6”/2591 mm
Up to
Outage management/
1000 / 250
Capacity Firming/Frequency regulation
3
The system will charge or
Battery rack, Battery Manage-
690 V or
W= 49’ 3”/ 15000 mm
discharge, per 5 years, in
ment system, DC protection,
Medium
D= 8’3” / 2513 mm
response to a frequency
Inverter, AC protection, control
Voltage up
H= 8’4” / 2539 mm
regulation signal received
system, Step-up Transformer,
to 24 kV
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every 4 seconds
MV Switchgear
Storage
Typical
Energy Size
Application
Phases
Output
Type of Enclosure /
Voltage
Approximate Dimension
Cycle life
Components
(kW / kWh)
Four Enclosures:
a) Connection Equipment
1000 / 3000
Outage management/
Up to
one):
Battery rack, Battery Manage-
Time of use manage-
690 V or
W= 22’ 5”/ 6830 mm
ment system, DC protection,
Medium
D= 8’3” / 2515 mm
2000 cycles at rated power
Inverter, AC protection, control
Capacity Firming/Fre-
ment/Peak Shaving/
3
Voltage up
H= 8’4” / 2539 mm
and energy
system, Step-up Transformer,
quency regulation
to 24 kV
b) Battery Enclosure (three):
MV Switchgear
W= 43’ 12” / 13400 mm
D= 8’3” / 2513 mm
H= 8’4” / 2539 mm
Three Enclosures:
a) Connection equipment
Outage management/
2000 / 500
Capacity Firming/Fre-
3
quency regulation
Up to
(one):
The system will charge or
690 V or
W=20’/6096 mm
discharge, per 5 years, in
Medium
D=8’/2438 mm
response to a frequency
ment system, DC protection,
Voltage up
H=8’6”/2591 mm
regulation signal received
Inverter, AC protection, control
to 24 kV
b) Battery Enclosure (two):
every 4 seconds
Battery rack, Battery Manage-
system, Step-up Transformer
W=40’/12192 mm
D=8’/2438 mm
H=8’6”/2591 mm
Seven Enclosures:
a) Connection equipment
2000 / 6000
Outage management/
Up to
(one):
Time of use manage-
690 V or
W=20’/6096 mm
Medium
D=8’/2438 mm
Capacity Firming/Fre-
Voltage up
H=8’6”/2591 mm
quency regulation
to 24 kV
b) Battery Enclosure (six):
ment/Peak Shaving/
3
Battery rack, Battery Manage2000 cycles at rated power
and energy
ment system, DC protection,
Inverter, AC protection, control
system, Step-up Transformer
W=43’12”/13400 mm
D=8’3”/2591 mm
H=8’4”/2539 mm
Three Enclosures:
a) Connection equipment
Outage management/
4000 / 1000
Capacity Firming/Frequency regulation
3
Up to
(one):
690 V or
W=40’/12192 mm
discharge, per 5 years, in
Medium
D=8’/2438 mm
response to a frequency
ment system, DC protection,
Voltage up
H=8’6”/2591 mm”
regulation signal received
Inverter, AC protection, control
to 24 kV
b) Battery Enclosure (two):
The system will charge or
every 4 seconds
Battery rack, Battery Manage-
system, Step-up Transformer
W=40’/12192 mm
D=8’/2438 mm
H=8’6”/2591 mm
All information subject to change without notification.
Scope and dimensions may vary depending on the application.
For connection voltages higher than 24 kV, a customized solution can be supplied.
For power requirements higher than 4 MW, several ESM modules can be connected in parallel and be controlled as a single unit
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Typical sketch - Pre-designed unit
Energy Storage Module for 1000 kW/250 kWh
MV Switchgear
Transformer
Inverter
Battery
Applications
Capacity Firming
Voltage Support
Frequency regulation
Dimensions with Connection equipment (Transformer, MV switchgear),
W= 49’ 3”/ 15000 mm
as showed in the sketch
D= 8’3” / 2513 mm
H= 8’4” / 2539 mm
Total Number of Enclosures
1
Output Voltage
15 KV
3 Phases
60 Hertz
Components
Battery rack
Battery Management System
DC protection
Inverter
AC protection
Control system
Step up transformer
Medium Voltage (MV) Switchgear
Enclosure Type
All information subject to change without notification.
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Outdoor
Technical data sheet - Pre-designed connection equipment
Modules (CEM)
A Connection Equipment Module (CEM) unit is a packaged
solution that includes all the components required to connect a
battery system with the AC grid (Inverter, transformer, protection
equipment, control system, etc.)
Storage
Energy Size
Type of Enclosure /
Phases
Output Voltage
Approximate Dimension
Components
Up to 690 V or
W= 22’ 5”/ 6830 mm
DC protection, Inverter, AC protection, control
3
Medium Voltage
D= 8’3” / 2515 mm
system, Step/up- Isolating transformer, MV
up to 24 kV
H= 8’6” / 2591 mm
switchgear
Up to 690 V or
W= 20’ / 6096 mm
DC protection, Inverter, AC protection, control
Medium Voltage
D= 8’ / 2438 mm
system, Step/up- Isolating transformer.
up to 24 kV
H= 8’6” / 2591 mm
Note: MV switchgear is not included
(kW)
1000
1000
2000
4000
3
3
3
Up to 690 V or
W= 20’ / 6096 mm
DC protection, Inverter, AC protection, control
Medium Voltage
D= 8’ / 2438 mm
system, Step/up- Isolating transformer.
up to 24 kV
H= 8’6” / 2591 mm
Note: MV switchgear is not included
Up to 690 V or
W= 40’ / 12192 mm
DC protection, Inverter, AC protection, control
Medium Voltage
D= 8’ / 2438 mm
system, Step/up- Isolating transformer.
up to 24 kV
H= 8’6” / 2591 mm
Note: MV switchgear is not included
All information subject to change without notification.
Scope and dimensions may vary depending on the application.
For connection voltages higher than 24 kV, a customized solution can be supplied.
Connection Equipment Module for 1000 kW
MV Switchgear
Transformer
Inverter
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Summary
Soaring energy prices and concerns about climate change from
man-made emissions of carbon dioxide have propelled energy
efficiency to the top of the agenda in the boardroom, in public
debate and in public policy. Under this scenario, Energy Storage
Modules are a state-of-the-art technology which contributes to
raise the efficiency at every stage of the energy chain by:
− Increasing the capacity factor of generation, transmission and
distributions assets
− Improving the uniformity and efficiency with which electrical
energy is being used
− Raising Power Quality with better voltage and frequency
regulation as well as minimum interruptions
− Increasing the capacity factor of renewable energy sources in
order to make clean energy available for longer periods
− Providing a reliable source of energy to communities
An ESM module integrates batteries, transformers, and medium
and low voltage switchgear together with automation equipment
such as inverters in a galvanized steel enclosure. Completely
compartmented and segregated enclosures are available upon
request.
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The modules are carefully engineered and tested, including the
enclosure, assuring high and safe performance.
ESM is the energy storage alternative for efficient and smart
electrical network operation through:
− Individual modules up to 4 MW
− Output voltage range of 120 volts to 40.5 kV at 50 or 60
Hertz, single or three phase system
− Enclosure designs with different temperature classes and
protection degrees according to the application and size
− Different types of batteries according to the application and
size
− Optimal product selection for grid connection combining ABB
products and customer interface requirements
− Seamless integration of high quality products to assure high
reliability
− Proven track record of containerized solutions in many severe
environments all over the world
− ABB’s vast and global experience in designing Modular
Systems, integrating electrical equipment in enclosures for
renewable, industrial and Utilities applications
− Global service coverage with a high level of engineering
capabilities
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Phone: +1 407 732 2000
We have factories located all over the world to support
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or Europe.
All sales are subject to ABB General Terms and Conditions of Sale.
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