In 2019, StackTeck started evaluating energy storage options at its primary industrial manufacturing facility, partnering with Stem in 2022, to fulfill the energy needs of the manufacturing plant.
Stem’s automated solution drops StackTeck’s energy load during GA which results in significantly reduced monthly electric bills. Their industry-leading Athena software leverages over 40 different input data streams to make the smartest decisions about Ontario peak prediction. This enables StackTeck to provide a valuable service back to Ontario’s grid by relieving congestion and reducing the province’s need for carbon-heavy peak generation.
Energy storage has and will continue to help StackTeck reduce its net energy costs while decreasing its draw from the grid at those times when available capacity is lowest.