The 20C Discharge C-Rage and Pole Solid State Battery or Lithium Iron Phosphate Micro Film Battery Research Project, which was led by DECC and the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, formed the basis of our development of the Smart Lithium Battery. Fuji Energy Innovation was part of this project, researching and developing a system to solve stability issues in wind and solar energy production. The objective is to lessen plants’ power management burden and promote effective power distribution. This can help reduce the cost of future renewable power plant construction.

The Smart Lithium Battery is outstanding in reducing inconsistencies in alternative energy and stabilizing distribution. During energy shifts, it stores power while demand is low and discharges it when demand is high, maintaining frequency regulation. It also helps with congestion management, and brings distribution lines to their full capacity

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The battery modules are connected through the Battery Management System (BMS) which charges or discharges according to the Power Control System (PCS). The control system was designed to support the functions of the battery modules and to communicate with the Energy Management System to synchronize the storage system with the production level of the wind turbines and the solar cells. The Smart Lithium Battery storage system has the following qualities :

• its battery cells have a high discharge C-rate
• a thermal management system that’s suitable for Thailand’s climate
• circuit breaker to limit under/overpressure
• circuit breaker to limit overheating
• circuit breaker to limit overcurrent
• support Power Tracking system in solar cell power plant and Power Smoothing System for wind turbine power plants

      Smart lithium battery energy storage systems have important features to help reduce fluctuations in renewable energy. and the electricity supply from renewable energy to be stable it is also a source of energy storage during low electricity demand. and power distribution during the high demand for energy (energy shifting) which can help control and maintain the frequency of the electricity in the specified criteria (frequency regulation) and also help manage the density in the transmission system (congestion management) as well as managing the transmission line to be able to use electricity from renewable energy to use at full efficiency