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Power utilities and large industrial power consumers look at ESS’s (Energy Storage Systems) for grid stabilization. Any storage capacity in the grid does not replace the requirement of the UPS, which always has to be closest to the critical load. On the other hand, a UPS with adequate ESS can introduce energy management at the consumer level and support grid stability. A technical and economic evaluation is given on the options for ESS’s with respect to the most important requirements for UPS and energy management at the consumer level.