Following a competitive tender process, Everwarm is delighted to secure a project with The University of Sheffield for the installation of a Battery Electrical Energy Storage System (BEESS).

With co-funding from the European Regional Development Fund, the University of Sheffield is establishing a flagship national Translational Energy Research Centre to provide a multi-technology, integrated RD&D platform. Everwarm will supply and install the energy storage solution within the purpose built facility, interfaced to both DC and AC local distribution supplies. The Cobalt free Alpha ESS modular LiFePO4 / LFP system will have an initial storage capacity of 120kWh and a power output of 50kW.

This crucial element of the Translational Energy Research Centre will allow world class researchers, part of the University’s newly launched Energy Institute, as well as industry partners and regional SMEs, access to real time data relating to all key elements of the unit and its integration into wider renewable technologies ensuring robust monitoring and insight of performance being made. Everwarm is providing a full turn-key installation, handover and commissioning of the system including all associated electrical infrastructure works as well as providing a robust support and aftercare package.

We look forward to developing a long term working relationship with the University and in helping them maximise their Energy Institute research commitments and aspirations across the innovative low carbon technologies that the Translational Energy Research Centre will attract.

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