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How To Save Costs With The Infinity Cube?

Infinity Cube Cost Savings

The Infinity Cube, also known as the Battery Energy Storage System (BESS), is revolutionising the construction industry by offering significant cost savings and enhancing project efficiency. While the transition to clean energy might leave some in doubt, this article explores how the Infinity Cube can deliver substantial cost savings, addressing cost concerns and demonstrating its financial benefits.

For professionals such as project managers and purchasers, understanding the financial benefits of the Infinity Cube can lead to smarter, more cost-effective project decisions.

 

Upfront Cost Savings

One of the primary advantages of adopting the Infinity Cube is the reduction in the need for traditional energy infrastructure. This results in lower initial setup costs, as less investment is required for generators, power grids, or other energy supply systems.

Additionally, by adopting energy efficient equipment like the Infinity Cube, contractors can benefit from financial incentives and subsidies. Moreover, they increase their chances of winning project tenders by meeting the growing list of sustainability requirements.

 

Long-term ROI

Beyond the initial savings, the Infinity Cube offers substantial long-term return on investment.

By storing energy during off-peak hours and using it during peak demand, construction projects can significantly cut their energy costs. This not only reduces operational expenses but also improves the overall profitability of the project.

For applications with alternating loads, the Infinity Cube provides significant cost savings through its hybrid mode. In hybrid mode, the Infinity Cube synchronises with a smaller generator to provide high power output during surge loads automatically, thus reducing diesel use with a smaller generator during the rest of the day. This helps save diesel costs and emissions by up to 50%.

 

Case Studies

For example, a site requiring two gensets to power two 36 tonne tower cranes would incur roughly $30,000 to $40,000 for rental and diesel costs, resulting in approximately 32 tonnes of CO2 emissions monthly.

However, by connecting the same load to the Infinity Cube and generator in hybrid mode, you can achieve cost savings of up to 80% and reduce carbon emissions by up to 85%.

Our customers have highlighted the financial viability of the Infinity Cube, noting its quick payback period and long-term savings.

 

In conclusion

Incorporating the Infinity Cube into construction projects presents clear financial advantages, from reduced initial costs to substantial long-term savings. Consider the Infinity Cube as a strategic investment to enhance project profitability and efficiency.

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