DEPCOM Power expands energy storage services as Koch subsidiary

Solar EPC and O&M provider DEPCOM Power Inc. is expanding its focus on energy storage now that it’s under the wing of Koch Engineered Solutions LLC — a unit of Koch Industries Inc. DEPCOM is offering a fully integrated solution, covering system optimization and battery equipment selection long term service agreements (LTSA) to maximize owner ROI.

The all-in solar + storage EPC, O&M and LTSA proposition from a bankable entity is an intriguing pitch to be sure. DEPCOM’s energy storage division currently has 650 MWhr of projects in execution.

“As a trusted one-source partner, we help asset owners drive down total cost of ownership and ensure the most competitive and bankable energy storage solutions,” says Johnnie Taul, CEO of DEPCOM. “Our end-to-end advantage combines engineering leadership, procurement power, and operational expertise with Koch’s capabilities. Its investments in next-gen storage technologies, global logistics, and battery recycling make for a compelling, fully integrated solution.”

DEPCOM’s dedicated storage experts have the company’s full range of in-house EPC and O&M services at their disposal to reduce complexity, lower capex, extend battery life, and boost ROI. DEPCOM is able to provide 24/7 monitoring and dedicated maintenance to reduce risk, and provide EMS with SCADA controls to ensure performance, safety and security.

“We stand behind energy storage systems that are managed at peak, bankable performance,” says Executive Vice President – Energy Storage Steve Chun. “We partner hand-in-hand with asset owners to deliver technology-agnostic systems through an end-to-end solution that reduces complexity and risks for maximum revenue and ROI.”

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