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15
Jul

Customized Energy Storage Inverters For Tesla’s Powerpack

A global leader in energy storage inverters, Dynapower Company, announced that they will be supplying 250kW energy storage inverters to Tesla’s Powerpack commercial battery systems. The inverter being used will be their Dynapower Micro Power Systems (MPS)- 250 inverter. The company has been selected by Tesla based on their proven track record of outstanding performance, technology and design flexibility.

Dynapower president, Adam Knusden added that they have specifically customized the MPS -250 to provide a more optimized system for Tesla’s Powerpack, that caters to large-scale commercial, industrial and utility operations. The Tesla Powerpack consist of multiple 100kWh DC batteries grouped to scale from 500kWh to 10 MWh+, allowing energy to be drawn in 2-hour, 3- hour or 4-hour blocks, made possible by  using grid-tied bidirectional converters such as the MPS system.

The Powerpack will be useful in the regulation of energy, including various storage applications and load shifting of electrical energy.

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