Power and renewables

Energy storage commissioning and acceptance test assessment and development

Energy storage acceptance testing

DNV GL develops, assesses, and conducts fatal flaw analysis on commissioning and acceptance testing for your energy storage systems.

As financiers become more willing to support energy storage as a feasible solution, additional diligence is required to validate asset performance. Before a project can begin, contract, interconnection, state, and federal requirements must all be confirmed as being achievable. Also, stakeholders need to be sure that the equipment is installed correctly and functioning as specified by vendors. To ensure correct performance, and that processes meet emerging industry best practices and regulations, reliable third-party acceptance testing gives peace of mind and can save time and money in the future.

Commissioning and acceptance testing
DNV GL can develop, review, witness, and conduct fatal flaw analysis on commissioning and acceptance testing for your energy storage systems. We test systems installed as standalone resources or integrated with renewable generation technology.

We ensure that equipment is correctly installed and functioning to specification, or as required in applicable contracts. We also ensure that your processes meet emerging industry best practices and regulations.

Our energy storage acceptance testing can be carried out as a desktop review, or as a project site inspection/interview.

Deliverables

  • Redlined processes
  • Witness test sheet/report

Testing and validation experience
We have unparalleled testing experience in energy markets as well as other sectors, so we know how to conduct testing effectively in any situation. Furthermore, our warranty and contract validation experience mean that we understand which key performance features are critical to assess.

Contact us:

Davion M. Hill

Davion M. Hill

Principal Engineer

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