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MCS launches new Battery Storage Standard

In January 2020, MCS launched its new standard for battery energy storage, MIS 3012.

The new standard, completed with the assistance of our Managing Director, Graham Kenyon, as technical author, outlines the requirements for battery storage systems that MCS certified installers will use to design, supply and install electrical energy (battery) storage systems.

Read more about the launch on the MCS website.

The standard may be downloaded from the MCS Standards and Tools Library.

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Working safely with energy storage and smart control technologies

Imaged linked from IET Wiring Matters web-site

Many electrical installations now incorporate new technologies, including embedded generation and home or building automation systems. As use of these technologies becomes more widespread, we need to be ever mindful that control of power to a circuit no longer relies on simple human switching operations. Electrical energy storage technologies that are capable of operating in island mode, continue to provide power when the grid is isolated.

Some incidents that have occurred recently when implementing energy storage systems outside the UK prompted Dr Andrew Crossland and myself to write an article for IET’s Wiring Matters. The article highlights the risks, and discusses safe isolation.

Click here to read the article in IET’s Wiring Matters.

Further guidance on electrical energy storage systems can be found in the IET Code of Practice for Electrical Energy Storage Systems.

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FREE Webinar Electrical Energy Storage Systems: how to install, operate and maintain

 
Graham Kenyon, author of the Code of Practice for Electrical Energy Storage Systems
Electrical Energy Storage Systems: how to install, operate and maintain
23rd October 2017 | 12:30pm Reasons to attend:

  • Learn how to put a framework in place for the installation, operation and maintenance of storage systems
  • Find out the common risks associated with storage systems and how to overcome them
  • Ask questions directly to the author of the IET Code of Practice for Electrical Energy Storage Systems
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