A Photo Story of DistribuTECH 2019 (slide show)
February 12, 2019 | Maxwell Technologies
Last week’s DistribuTECH, held in New Orleans, brought together thought-leaders in the utility and electric grid spaces for meaningful discussions and discovery of the latest products and services for electricity delivery automation and control systems, energy efficiency, renewable energy integration, T&D system operation and reliability, and more.
Utilities are in great need of technologies and strategies to increase reliability, flexibility and efficiency of power delivery systems. The world is moving away from fossil fuels and toward alternative, renewable energy sources, which has led to the challenge of integrating those renewables into a grid that is catching up with infrastructure modernization.
Maxwell Technologies attended this year’s conference to showcase our Grid Energy Storage System and Grid Cell Pack. They are used to dispatch power and energy to the grid in a way that minimizes the cost of transient grid events, stabilizes frequency, provides voltage support, smooths renewable power output and offers bridging power.
These solutions are based on Maxwell’s proprietary ultracapacitor (supercapacitor) technology and represents additional, highly efficient tools for grid and microgrid operators to manage a variety of critical applications.
Maxwell extends its thanks to customers and attendees for visiting our booth. Please enjoy the slide show below. It tells the story of this year’s DistribuTECH in pictures.
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