Tesvolt has adjusted various parameters to make its TS HV 70 high-voltage storage system even more efficient and, as a result, even more profitable. The system’s discharge capacity has been boosted to as high as 75 kilowatts, and customers can choose to install 14 or 16 modules. Thanks to its increased capacity, the high-voltage storage system achieves a particularly low LCOS of 9 to 10 cents per kilowatt hour stored. LCOS stands for levelized cost of storage, which refers to the cost of storing one kilowatt hour in a battery storage system including battery inverter – without taking into account production costs.
This makes the LCOS one of just a few indicators that can be used to reliably compare the profitability of different storage system models. To enable specialist partners to access this tool, thereby ensuring greater transparency in the storage system market, the company is now offering the LCOS calculator alongside the storage assistant and the peak load assistant on its website.
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