VIDEO: Future-proofing data communications architecture for battery energy storage systems

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Energy-Storage.news proudly presents our webinar with HMS Networks, looking at data and communication challenges for battery storage, and how to solve them.

Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) will play an integral role in enabling both the transition to renewables and the long-term sustainability of our energy grid.

As such, BESS will need to become ubiquitous – deployed in massive volumes, across all corners of the globe. Therefore, relentless focus is needed towards cost-optimising the design, deployment, management, and maintenance of these systems to support such scalability.

In this webinar we explore some of the data and communication challenges to be solved in this process. For example, how to achieve energy protocol flexibility to allow grid/SCADA integration across the globe. In addition, since BESS life span is in the order of decades, how can we implement cost-effective remote management, diagnostic, and maintenance solutions to minimise total cost of ownership but maximise uptime?

Speakers in this webinar:

Matt Shustack, business development manager, Americas at HMS Networks

Yuan Lee, business development manager, EMEA, at HMS Networks

To receive the presentation slides, register your details at the on-demand page here.

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