An energy storage system can help unburden the local grid by selling and providing power during peak hours to the distribution net owner. These types of markets are local, in contrast to Frequency ancillary services. One participates by either lowering the consumption or increasing the production of energy during peak hours.
Bottlenecks in the local grid can therefore be minimized and the power can be used where it’s best needed.
If a customer, owning a BLESS™, sells power during peak hours they will receive compensation, and therefore generate revenue from the BLESS™.