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Energy Storage System

The future of energy depends on our ability to store it.
Pioneering Fail-Safe Distributed Energy Storage Technology
The RPS50 energy storage system is failsafe point-of-use storage for occupied buildings or outdoors.
Point-of-use Energy Storage System

LARGE-SCALE Indoor Installation

Meet your entire electricity demand. Balance grid loads, exploit renewable power and meet zero-carbon emission goals–indoors.

Key Features


Innovation in the marketplace

Industrial Manufacturing

Get backup power to critical equipment during power outages, helping to prevent costly downtime and production delays.

Hospitals and Medical Research Facilities

Emergency Services require constant, reliable power to operate critical equipment and ensure the safety of patients.

Smart Transportation

Quickly and securely connect intersections, providing insight into critical equipment to keep the traveling public safe.
Pioneering Mobile Energy Storage Systems

Revolutionary Technology

Reimagine energy storage with the RPS50 Energy Storage System.

Viridi’s innovative, fail-safe battery technology, developed from materials used for aerospace and military applications, is the only design in the market that can be safely installed and operated in nearly any environment or location. Get fail-safe battery storage technology into applications that have historically been dominated by fossil fuel and lead-acid systems.

The RPS50 Energy Storage System is installed at the location where energy is used or consumed, rather than at a centralized power plant or grid-level storage facility. Our systems are compact, rugged, and designed to store energy to help balance demand.

Use the RPS50 Energy Storage System in a variety of settings, such as homes, commercial buildings, and industrial facilities. It is often used in conjunction with renewable energy sources, such as solar panels, to help manage the intermittency of these energy sources and provide more reliable power.

Ideally, our systems can be charged during times of low energy demand and discharged during times of peak demand to help reduce strain on the electrical grid and avoid the need for additional power generation capacity.

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