Increase Profitability by Reducing Electricity Costs:

  • Customer is a leading provider of facility solutions with several billion dollars in revenue and over 100,000 employees in offices throughout the United States and various international locations.
  • They wanted to use energy storage in behind-the-meter applications to save their customers money on their electricity costs.
  • They needed the storage projects to have a <7 year breakeven at least a 12% IRR.
  • The primary drivers for generating savings were Time-of-Use shifting and Peak Demand reduction.
  • According to GSM research, demand charges contribute anywhere from 20% to 50% of a C&I customer’s electricity bill.
  • Most large U.S. based C&I customers are on TOU tariffs, and therefore benefit from managing when they use electricity from the Grid.


  • Need to be able to have a good rate capability e.g., C/2 to hit the peak load reduction requirements and be able to also time shift usage.
  • Battery must be able to perform >7300 100% DoD cycles as it effectively gets more than one full cycle per day and must last for 20 years of full cycling.
  • Encell can enable these financial parameters to be met in markets where the spread in demand charges between Peak and Off-Peak periods are >$10 per kW.
  • 2.9 MWh
  • 750 MW
  • Santa Ana, CA
  • Behind-the-Meter
  • California SGIP Qualified
  • 1.6 MWh
  • 600 MW
  • Long Beach, CA
  • Behind-the-Meter
  • California SGIP Qualified


Residential energy storage is a great way to save money on electricity costs while doing your part to lower carbon emissions.

  • Typical battery sizes range from 5 to 50 kWh in 12v, 24v and 48v configurations.
  • The batteries can be paired with PV solar, generators and grid power or some combination thereof.
  • Encell’s NiFe batteries work well with most standard, off-the-shelf inverter/battery charger hardware.
  • Our customer’s have successfully used brands such as Outback, Schneider, SMA, Studer…


  • 2.4kWh System
  • 24 V Nominal
  • Comprising 20 TC3 100Ah cells
  • Installed in Colorado in 2014
  • Suitable for:

Back up, Supplemental power

Homes in low GDP countries


  • 3.84kW System
  • 48.0V Nominal
  • Compromising 40TC3 80Ah cells
  • Installed in California in 2014
  • Coupled with Solar & Diesel Gen Set.


  • 13 kWh system
  • 48V Nominal
  • Compromising 36 MG1 300Ah cells
  • Installed in Florida 2014
  • Coupled with PV Solar


  • 26kWh System
  • 220V Nominal Voltage
  • Comprising 220 TC3 100Ah cells
  • Each 10 cells packaged in one Atlas battery
  • Installed in Alabama in 2014