Being the de facto driving force of business, energy of any forms has bountiful importance in molding human life. Therefore, it is quite mandatory for authorities to maintain an uninterrupted flow of energy throughout the globe for substantial development of the business realm. However, ensuring continuity in energy flow poses challenges from a feasibility perspective. After all, uniform production of the required quanta of energy is no easy task. Hindrances over varying trends in energy production can be resolved by storing energy at times of its peak production. Ranging from standalone batteries to fully integrated battery racks,, storage system entities provide a huge pool of solutions to address this impediment. Wider applications of energy storage systems are seen specifically in industries such as automotive manufacturing, electronic innovations, healthcare, space stations and now most importantly in defense sectors.
Like any other novel technology, energy storage solutions are also bound to overcome hurdles associated with plausible real-time challenges which have barred it from delivering its full potential. Performance, life, and safety are the factors where organizations have to pay more attention in this regard. Several market players have come forward with technology-driven innovations to make amble advancements in energy storage applications. The systems incorporate multi-directional power conditioning and battery devices, and cloud management system to provide comprehensive energy storage solutions. Moreover, the necessity of time being to shift to non-conventional source of energy increasingly push attention storage systems steered by advanced technologies.
In the last few months, a distinguished panel comprising of CEOs, CIOs and analysts, along with Energy CIO Outlook’s editorial board reviewed and shortlisted the top companies that are at the forefront of delivering turnkey storage solutions. We present to you Energy CIO Outlook’s “Top 10 Battery and Energy Storage Consulting/ Services Companies 2018.”