May 22, 2023, CLEANPOWER, New Orleans, LA. During the CLEANPOWER 2023 Conference and Exhibition (May 22-25) in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, Nuvation Energy will be publicly launching their new fifth generation battery management system (G5 BMS) for large-scale stationary energy storage applications.
The G5 BMS follows Nuvation’s fourth generation BMS, the world’s first independent battery management system to attain UL’s coveted UL 1973 Functional Safety recognition while remaining configurable for a wide range of battery chemistries, cell manufacturers, and stack topologies. G5 will support the most recent update to the 3rd edition of UL 1973 (UL 1973:2022), released in February of 2022.
The G5 BMS has been optimized to meet the needs of an ever-evolving battery energy storage industry. Significant updates include support for 1500 Volt power conversion systems, which can drive down the cost of storage by enabling more energy to be included in each energy storage system. It also includes system integration optimizations such as a smaller hardware footprint per battery stack, and updates to Nuvation’s patented battery management algorithms.
“Nuvation Energy’s battery management systems provide energy storage system integrators with a high degree of battery supply chain flexibility by enabling them to easily use batteries from different manufacturers,” said Michael Worry, Nuvation Energy’s CEO. “The G5 BMS fulfils a promise we made to our customers to continuously innovate our BMS products to match their evolving technical needs and business objectives.”
About Nuvation Energy
Nuvation Energy provides battery management systems and energy controllers to energy storage system integrators and battery manufacturers. They accelerate energy storage by providing products and services that resolve the technical challenges typically associated with developing energy storage solutions.
To learn more about Nuvation Energy, visit www.nuvationenergy.com.