Fimer’s battery storage compatible inverters to fulfil Capgemini’s 100% renewable power obligation

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Fimer has supplied its BESS compatible inverters for Capgemini’s office campuses in India. Capgemini’s Mumbai campus has a 3.5 MW BESS system installed by Arcedo System. The Noida campus has a 2.5 MW system by Replus Engitech. Both projects were commissioned in 2023.

Capgemini has implemented multiple initiatives that have contributed towards a 100% renewable energy power supply and  reducing 70,000 tonnes of carbon emissions per year.

Fimer supplied three 2 MVA PVS980-58BC power conversion systems.

“The Fimer PVS980-58BC bidirectional converters are perfect for large-scale energy storage systems, ensuring grid stability for power plants with intermittent energy sources. With high DC input voltage, efficiency, reliable components, and a compact modular design, the converters offer a quick return on investment. This solution enables the storage of excess renewable energy generated during day and its use during evening peak hours. The PCS can also support load demand when there is insufficient solar energy,” stated Fimer.

Fimer PCS also feature a black start mode/grid forming mode, allowing it to form the grid in V/F mode during power outages. When the grid is restored, the PCS can operate in grid following mode and act as backup mode.

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