Fenecon is among the pioneers when it comes to commercial energy storage. At the same time they are developing new business models involving electric cars, such as for taxi firms. CEO Franz-Josef Feilmeier explains where markets are growing and what strategy has been successful.
A free, four-part course teaches the fundamentals of the ISO 15118 standard’s promising Plug & Charge feature.
Photovoltaics is the driver for all renewable energies. This is also reflected by the interest shown in Intersolar Europe 2018, which will take place under the new umbrella of The smarter E for the first time along with other leading energy exhibitions. More than 80% of the exhibition space has already been booked eight months before the start of the event.
With a combination of a 34 kW photovoltaic installation, energy storage, and a small wind turbine energy pioneer Andreas Haehnel reaches over 80% energy self-sufficiency. An electric heating system electric car charging is integrated.
A cross-sector energy management system, a new PV plant design-software, a combined wallbox and charging cable and a flexible power supply for e-mobility testing. These are our products of the week.
Possibly the most compact solution for charging electric cars available on the market is the NRG Kick by Dinitech from Austria. This combines wallbox and charging cable. The NRG Kick is so compact and manageable that it can be taken along in the car if needed.
Regatron TC.GSS units are established for testing and qualifying battery systems and far more.
Owners of a solar array can use the new Senec.Cloud To Go can fill up their electric car at over 45,000 charging stations in Europe using the electricity that they have generated on their own roof.
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