On.Energy is collaborating with Skysense to install its battery energy storage systems (BESS) at 11 airports across South America.

Through this project, more than 39MWh of turnkey energy storage systems will be installed to provide airports with improved grid reliability, a reduction in carbon emissions and an estimated utility bill saving of over 25 percent.

Airport Energy Storage
On.Energy is a fully integrated battery energy storage system solutions (BESS) provider
Jose Manuel Diaz, On.Energy’s president for South and Central America said:

When any airport in the world loses power, it causes a global chain reaction impacting millions of airport operators, airline staff, as well as vendors and passengers. Latin American airports are rapidly adopting BESS to support energy reliability, while also improving efficiency, reducing operational costs, and supporting national decarbonisation goals.

On.Energy’s systems are powered by its On.Command energy management and control software that uses artificial intelligence to help airports maximise resiliency and control costs.

Following this latest project, the company’s total capacity of airport installations will be over 65MWh.


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