UPS San Diego TESLA Battery Energy Storage System
UPS Distribution Center
San Diego, California
Stronghold Engineering began designing the UPS San Diego Tesla Energy Storage System on April 17, 2019. After starting construction on June 22, 2020, the project was completed on September 15, 2020.
The project was composed of installing 5 Tesla batteries (555kw/ 1110kWh), a Tesla inverter, an ESS panel, a service utility disconnect, an underground conduit run, and an overhead conduit run painted to match the UPS facility.
The original proposed location for the system was located 250 feet away from the main service, meaning that distance had to be covered in a roundabout way in order to connect the two components. Stronghold redesigned the system to fit into a tighter area, adjacent to the main service board, eliminating the unnecessary distance for the conduit run, thus saving a significant amount of time and money for the project.
Read more about this project on Stronghold’s blog.