Second-Gen Industrial Battery Storage Powers New Paradigm


Tesla founder Elon Musk envisions the scalable Powerpack system as a way to someday store enough solar energy to power the world. The newest iteration, the Powerpack 2, which doubles the previous version's energy density, will settle for storing and managing the energy needs of any industrial or commercial operation ranging from 200 kWh to 100+ MWh.

The turnkey solution provides twice the energy density of the previous Powerpack, and seamlessly integration into multiple levels of the grid. A new inverter significantly simplifies the installation process of the entire Powerpack system by integrating a number of previously independent components into the inverter itself. Tesla says the inverter is "the lowest cost, highest efficiency and highest power density utility-scale inverter on the market."

These systems are capable of 2 or 4-hr continuous net discharge power using the grid tied bi-directional inverters. The systems supports applications including peak shaving, load shifting and demand response for commercial customers while offering renewable firming and a variety of grid services at utility scales, and has been used at public utililites, stadiums and even South Africa's largest natural sanctuary.

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Powerpack 2 specs:

  • Inverter: Tesla inverter
  • Inverter Efficiency: 99%
  • Energy: 210 kWh to hundreds of MWh
  • Power: 50 kW to 100+ MW 
  • Round Trip Efficiency (whole system): 89% 
  • Operating Temperature Range: –30°C to 50°C (–22°F to 122°F)

Powerpack 2 helps businesses gain greater control, efficiency and reliability across the electric grid by enabling them to:

  • Avoid peak demand charges
  • Buy electricity when it’s cheapest
  • Participate in grid services
  • Microgrid or back up for critical business operations in the event of a power outage
  • Maximize consumption of on-site renewable power
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