Two Companies. One Future. Reimagining Clean Energy.
Updated: Mar 10
NOMAD will reduce the barrier of entry to energy storage for utilities and businesses across the U.S.
Waterbury, VT – March 1, 2021 – The industry’s most experienced energy storage pioneer Northern Reliability, Inc (NRI), and KORE Power, Inc., the nation’s leading U.S.-based developer of battery cell technology, have announced the launch of their joint venture company, Nomad Transportable Power Systems (NOMAD) to provide the first utility-scale mobile energy storage systems. The company will offer “plug-and-play” battery energy storage systems integrated into a specially designed and patent-pending mobile ESS and docking system. The PowerDockTM platform is designed to provide customers in multiple industry segments with a flexible, reliable, and affordable way to incorporate storage for their varying use cases. This technology offers an alternative to traditional fixed-site storage solutions and what can be expensive startup costs which are concerns some have contended with in the past.
“We identified a market need years ago for transportable storage systems to deliver energy solutions to customers more quickly and at a lower cost of entry,” said Jay Bellows, CEO of Northern Reliability. “It took us an incredible amount of time and research to find a battery partner willing and technically able to think outside the fixed site mindset. Throughout the many months the two companies worked feverishly together to solve the numerous engineering challenges associated with mobile storage, it was clear we shared a similar culture, dedication to the utility and renewable sectors, and an outlook to successfully deploy innovative solutions. Forming NOMAD was the next logical step.”
The full fleet will be available to customers in 2021 in 3 models: 2MWh, 1MWh, and 600kWh of energy with variable power output levels available to end-users up to a maximum 1MW AC. The mobile units, when paired with the patent-pending PowerDockTM system for easy connection/ disconnection, setup, upkeep, and secure control of the systems, allow the fleet to arrive on-site in a completely weather-tight enclosure with all wires contained within its unique interconnection system. All NOMAD systems share a common interconnection design allowing a single NOMAD unit to be used at any customer location and allowing the single unit platform to be expanded with more PowerDocksTM to accommodate large power needs without limitation.
“KORE and NRI share a desire to proliferate national renewable energy adoption through solutions provided by U.S. companies. As strategic partners, we’ve collaborated on multiple projects over the past year with the NRI team, and we’re excited to come together in this new capacity to give customers the solutions they need to make the transition to clean energy,” Lindsay Gorrill, CEO of KORE Power.
NOMAD single unit platform to be expanded to accommodate large power needs without limitation. Customers well suited for this technology include:
· Utilities seeking increased demand reduction resources with a lower capital cost of storage.
· Commercial and Industrial entities looking to meet customer needs while supporting carbon and sustainability goals or reducing expensive demand charges.
· Disaster Relief organizations who need fast access to reliable electricity during emergency situations.
· Renewable Electricity Generation Assets targeting smooth electricity supply to ensure that generation reliability and consistently fulfills demand.
“The future of energy storage is mobile. We’re ecstatic to offer customers a flexible, reliable, simple, and safe energy storage solution that can easily move to meet their needs in real time, and then move away eliminating all the carrying costs of traditional solutions,” said Bellows. “With the world’s increasing energy demands, an influx of green energy generation, and increasingly severe impacts of climate change, the need for an adaptive storage technology like NOMAD has never been greater.”
About NOMAD Transportable Power Systems
Headquartered with NRI in picturesque Waterbury, Vermont, Nomad Transportable Power Systems (NOMAD) is the first utility scale mobile energy storage platform designed for widescale adoption due to its patent-pending and standardized fleet and interconnection designs. NOMAD delivers the benefits of energy storage technology to its clients in a rapidly deployed and extremely cost-effective fashion and eliminates for end-users the typical burdens associated with frequently used fixed site solutions.
For more information, visit www.nomadpower.com, 1-802-496-2377
About KORE Power
Based in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, KORE Power is a leading developer of high-density, high-voltage energy storage solutions for global utility, industrial and mission-critical markets. KORE Power designs and manufactures the industry-leading, Mark 1 Energy Storage System. Developed to lower installation and operation costs with higher efficiency, the Mark 1 includes tier 1 proprietary NMC cells and modules, with innovative safety features, managed and optimized by the Mark 1 BMS.
KORE Power serves the growing demand for applications such as replacing fossil fuel peaker plants, wind and solar plus storage projects, microgrid optimization, behind-the-meter C&I, e-mobility, mining energy solutions and the military.
For more information, visit www.korepower.com
About Northern Reliability, Inc.
Northern Reliability, Inc. (“NRI”) is a US-based power systems integrator and the oldest operating engineering firm in the energy storage space based in Waterbury, Vermont, whose team has been working in the energy storage field for fifty years. Initially formed as the energy storage, solar, and hybrid power systems division of Northern Power Systems (formerly TSX:NPS) in the early 1970s, the NRI engineers broke off to become a separate organization in 2007. Having designed and deployed over 1,100 off-grid and microgrid power systems around the planet, the NRI team made news in T&D World Magazine 2017, 2018, and 2019 when it was awarded a unique $1.3M Grid-Tied Distributed Energy System Project for Xcel Energy in Denver, CO, the largest grid-tied solar + storage project in the Southern US for Today’s Power, Inc. in Fayetteville, Arkansas 12MW-26.1MWh, and for a transportable storage contract with EPRI and the US Navy.
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