Renewable energy has the potential to provide energy by sustainable means to vast populations in both developed and developing countries.

These factors can vary in developing countries that have no access to clean energy or in developed countries to supplement the increase in demand of electricity.

Although economically viable for several applications, renewable energy has not been able to be utilized to its full potential due to several barriers to its penetration.

Renewable penetration refers to the retaining of excess renewable energy generated for future use.

ECO-H is used to store this potential ‘excess’ renewable energy generated which would otherwise be wasted.

Typically, energy is wasted either by dissipating the excess energy or by reducing the efficiency of the respective renewable component.

ECO-H absorbs this potential excess power or ‘wasted’ energy and allows it to be used at a future period.