AT EVOLVE POWER, WE DELIVER VALUE THROUGH BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE SOLUTIONS THAT LOWER COSTS, IMPROVE RELIABILITY AND ENABLE DECARBONIZATION.
Commercial & Industrial Facilities
Reduce electricity & wire tariff costs
For large power consumers, integrating energy storage on-site can materially reduce the delivered cost of electricity without disrupting your site operations
Earn new revenue streams
On-site energy storage can provide you with new revenue streams by providing you a share of energy/ancillary service revenues or fixed fees for hosting the storage asset. We handle the complexity of the power market and optimize the battery’s operation to maximize the value it provides you.
Improve your site’s electrical reliability
On-site storage can provide back-up electricity to enhance your grid connection if your site experiences common, temporary disruptions to your grid service
Mitigate the risk of curtailed output
On-site storage can absorb and shift renewable output during times when it may otherwise be curtailed due to transmission network congestion or other reasons, ensuring you don’t lose out on production
Earn premium pricing
Storage can absorb renewable generation when prices are low and shift it to periods when prices are higher, earning you more revenue on your output
Unlock new revenue streams
Evolve’s on-site storage can let you earn value from ancillary services or other revenue streams
As Alberta progresses through the energy transition, the electricity industry is facing an important trilemma.
We need affordable energy supplies available for when wind and solar aren’t producing electricity
When renewable supply isn’t available, today we rely on aging gas-fired plants whose cost structure contributes to high prices for ratepayers.
With energy storage the market can benefit from the ultra-low variable cost of production from wind and solar, at all hours of the day.
Intermittent renewables support decarbonization but decrease reliability
Electric systems must maintain a consistent frequency to avoid damaging equipment.
Traditional power plants and energy storage support frequency stability (inertia), whereas intermittent renewables do not.
Renewables contribute to decarbonization but undermine reliability due to intermittency of energy production and lack of inertia.
Supplying peak demand will require dispatchable carbon-free energy; energy storage can provide the solution
In the future, decarbonized base load supply in Alberta will likely come from a mix of sources including gas-fired assets fitted to carbon capture systems and nuclear energy.
There will remain a need for flexible, dispatchable assets to serve peak demands; neither gas with capture or nuclear are well-suited to that mode of operation.
We’re committed to deploying energy storage that strengthens our customers’ businesses and improves our communities.
We focus on you. Together we can achieve the goal of decarbonizing our electricity supply while maintaining reliability and improving affordability.