Achieving carbon neutrality with hybrid eco-systems
Hybrid eco-systems offer several ways of reducing climate impact for businesses and organisations working to improve their carbon footprint.
While hybrid power is not in itself a green technology, it can be used to reduce carbon emissions and achieve green operations in an eco-system and simultaneously reach different operational targets. Battery energy storage systems and intelligent power management are two key factors in designing and operating a future-proof, reliable hybrid eco-system.
More and more businesses and organisations are taking steps to reduce their climate impact by reducing carbon emissions from their operations. There are several good reasons for doing so; in addition to complying with regulatory requirements, businesses and organisations may need to satisfy customer demands for green operations and often have ambitious climate targets of their own.
This whitepaper shows how you don’t have to choose between sustainability and reliability, and how you can combine renewables with uninterrupted uptime.