This case study provides you with actual first year savings from a 2 MW/3.9MWh energy storage system in Sterling, MA and how they accomplished those savings. It also discusses the added benefit of resiliency the town received with backup power for critical emergency services during extended power outages.
Here’s an example of what’s included.
This graph shows how the town of Sterling, MA successfully discharged its batteries for the first time during the monthly peak saving its ratepayers $17,000 for that one hour.
Download the full case study to learn more about how the town of Sterling significantly reduced its cost for electricity capacity and transmission services as well as the cost of electricity for ratepayers.