July 13, 2023

Championing the energy transition: Ayesa triples it energy storage projects

Ayesa, a global provider of technology and engineering services, is continuing to grow its renewable energy projects. In fact, over the past year, its has tripled the number of energy storage projects to over twenty.

Around the world, hybrid power systems with renewable energy sources are experiencing remarkable advancements and are anticipated to grow exponentially in the coming years. The incorporation of battery storage systems at solar and wind farms, along with standalone BESS solutions charged from the grid, brings substantial advantages to our energy systems. Spain’s National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan 2021–2030, Long-Term Decarbonisation Strategy, and Energy Storage Strategy indicate that by 2030, the country will necessitate a storage capacity of 20 GW.

The company is at the forefront of engineering services for energy storage solutions, engaging in over 20 projects with prominent national and international energy giants such as Iberdrola, EDP, Enlight, ENEL, and REE. These projects encompass various electric and hydroelectric energy storage installations, including battery energy storage systems (BESS), pumped storage hydropower (PSH), thermal energy storage at CSP plants, and even green hydrogen systems.

Additionally, the company is actively involved in various innovation projects, focused on advancing smart management of hybrid power plants using BESSs for Enel in Australia and the USA

The energy transition

Energy storage systems are central to the transition towards carbon neutrality. One of their many benefits is that they allow surplus energy to be stored and used when there is a shortage or when demand is high.

José Antonio García Bermudo, Director of Energy at Ayesa, emphasizes the critical role of this technology in shaping future energy systems, ensuring a constant and reliable power supply. Storage systems play a vital role in not only storing surplus renewable energy but also providing backup power during emergencies like overloads or power outages. Additionally, they facilitate efficient management of ancillary services, essential for the proper functioning of our electricity systems. While the future of renewable energy remains uncertain, one thing remains certain: prioritizing reliability and availability will remain essential.

Bermudo also highlights that this advancement opens up a plethora of possibilities in electric transport, construction, and industry, while also driving the generation of power for personal use. The combination of hybrid energy systems with storage technology empowers us to manage our energy resources with greater effectiveness and efficiency.

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