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The capacity of the ees is approximately 1 500 kwh

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battery management system, the whole EES can be used as if it were just one battery. The capacity of the EES is approximately 1 500 kWh; the PV system can distribute 1 060 kW DC power. The system can cut off power over 15 % at peak time, through total energy management by controllers.
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91 Figure B-2 – Next generation convenience store (Sanyo, IEC MSB/EES Workshop, 2011) Battery Management System Lighting POS Outlets Showcase PV The other example is a Smart Microgrid system (EES application) for a convenience store, a next- generation store in Japan (Figure B-2). Even at a time of electrical outage caused by a disaster, the system can support the point-of-sale (POS) system, LED lighting and other functions which are critical for the business, with renewable energy 24 hours a day, every day. The system is located in Kyoto, and started operation in December 2010. It uses lithium ion batteries and 10 kW PV.
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