Our Power Storage Solutions in Practice

Successful energy transition requires new power control concepts to guarantee a high-quality and reliable power supply.

Stornetic’s DuraStor fast power storage solution is a completely customisable, safe and modular solution that provides reliable power supply within milliseconds. It can be used to address all of the challenges that local and island grids have, such as fluctuating supply from renewable energy sources and management of demand peaks.

Dynamic Load Flow Management

DuraStor fast power storage enables the smart management of power loads in adverse scenarios, such as commercial or industrial sites, where power demand peaks and grid supply fluctuations can be intelligently managed and overcome.

Load Peak Shaving

Managing high-power peak loads can be challenging, from power supply constraints to the inability to expand process capabilities. DuraStor offers a way to reduce high power connection rates.

Power Supply Protection

Increasingly, businesses are feeling the pressure of weak power supplies affecting their operations, as the stability of local and regional grids comes under pressure. DuraStor’s modular power storage solution can protect against potential voltage fails.

Smart Grid Solutions

As the nature of public power supplies changes, many industries are naturally looking for ways in which they can guarantee power availability at the times they need it. DuraStor can support customers to establishing a self-supply of local power.


Efficient Loading and High-Power
Discharge at Virtually Any Location

Grid Services
  • Frequency regulation with immediate availability
  • Spinning reserve or synthetic inertia
  • Grid stabilisation through voltage and reactive power control
  • Alternative to grid expansion through the provision of peak power
  • Grid stabilisation
  • Renewable firming, such as wind and PV
  • Synthetic inertia
  • Energy saving
Tram/Underground Train Systems
  • Energy saving by recovering breaking energy
  • Reduction in peak loads and CO2 emissions
  • Stabilisation of the rail network
  • Power supply constraints, such as limited physical connections
Renewable Energy
  • Wind and PV firming
  • Back-up power
  • Management of steep power ramps and dips
Industrial Applications
  • Energy recovery and flexible availability
  • Lowering energy demand and peak loads
  • Elimination of grid fluctuations
  • Rapid increase in peak grid capacity
  • Power supply constraints, such as limited physical connections
  • Integration of renewable energy sources
  • Local grid stabilisation for rapid charging