In today’s rapidly evolving energy landscape, grid congestion and unreliability in energy supply have become significant challenges. As the share of renewable energy sources like wind and solar power increases rapidly, ensuring a stable and reliable supply of electricity becomes increasingly complex. While grid operators are working hard on getting the grid expanded, numerous initiatives by businesses and industry for more sustainable operations are put on hold due to the lack of a grid connection.

These issues, combined with a growing demand for independency from energy companies, call for innovative solutions that can store excess energy during periods of abundance and deliver it when demand is high. Energy Storage Systems (ESS) offer a solution to these challenges. By storing surplus energy generated from renewable sources, ESS ensures a consistent and reliable power supply.

Costa Renwables offers energy storage systems for projects and companies. Our solutions our especially suited for agriculture, horticulture and livestock industries, as well as the maritime industry (1 MW+).

Shore Power for the Maritime Industry

Shore power, also known as  Alternative Maritime Power (AMP), is a game-changer in the maritime industry. It allows ships to turn off their auxiliary engines and connect to land-based electrical power while at berth. This drastically reduces harmful emissions such as sulfur oxides (SOx), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and particulate matter.

Shore power not only benefits the environment in the ports and for residents living near ports by significantly reducing emissions but also enhances operational efficiency and sustainability efforts. This is becoming more important with increasing environmental regulations.

With our customized mobile shore power Energy Storage Systems (ESS) we can serve all types of vessel operators, from inland shipping to the expected new generation of container and passenger vessels.  When expanded with the support of low-noise generators that can run on bio-ethanol or methanol, the ESS will always be able to supply energy, even during peak hours.

Off-grid and Energy Trade solutions for the Agricultural industry

The agricultural industry have a lot to endure due to rapidly changing and imposing national and EU laws and regulations. The grid problem is just another addition to these challenges. Many companies in this industry are now looking to become less dependent on market uncertainties and are looking for ways to create their own energy system.

While a large number of companies have already started to install solar panels and/or small wind turbines; they remain dependent on grid availability and fluctuations. Our Energy Storage System can help these companies to take the final step towards a fully independent energy system.

Costa Renewables’ Energy storage solutions can provide significant benefits, especially in agricultural settings where reliable power is crucial for operations. Batteries can store energy generated from renewable sources like solar panels or wind turbines during periods of excess production and discharge it when needed. They can power farm equipment, irrigation systems, and even provide backup power during outages.

Farmers can also participate in grid-connected energy storage programs, where excess energy generated on the farm is stored in batteries or other storage systems and then dispatched to the grid when demand is high, allowing farmers to earn revenue through energy sales.

Tailormade Solutions

Customization: Recognizing that every grid is unique, we work closely with our customers to tailor our energy storage solutions to their specific requirements, ensuring optimal performance and value.

Flexibility: Our energy storage systems provide our customers with the flexibility to store excess energy during times of low demand and release it when demand spikes, helping to alleviate congestion and stabilize the grid.

Scalability: Our energy storage solutions are highly scalable, allowing for seamless integration into existing infrastructure and operations.

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