Various sports can benefit from the integration of energy storage systems, improving the overall experience for athletes, fans, and event organizers:
Football stadiums can leverage energy storage systems to handle sudden surges in power demands during intense games or large-scale events, such as championship finals. With a single energy storage installation capable of storing 500 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of energy, stadiums can ensure uninterrupted power supply throughout the event.
Energy storage systems find significant utility in motor racing events, particularly for high-performance electric vehicles that rely on rapid charging. These systems can store excess energy during low-demand periods and release it when required, enabling efficient and fast charging for the race vehicles. A single energy storage unit can provide up to 250 kWh of power, supporting multiple charging stations at the racing venue.
Tennis tournaments, especially those held in open-air arenas, can benefit from energy storage systems to power floodlights for night matches. These systems offer a dependable energy source, eliminating concerns about power disruptions and ensuring smooth gameplay for players and an optimal viewing experience for spectators. A 200 kWh energy storage system can provide up to 6 hours of continuous lighting for the tennis court.