Wärtsilä’s GEMS technology delivers long-term grid stability in Northern Germany with the commissioning of Cremzow Project.
Plans to introduce lead battery-supported electric vehicle (EV) charging stations have moved a step closer thanks to funding through a competitive grant awarded by the US state of Missouri.
The gap between the black-out of the grid and island operation of the solar battery needs the right inverters. They must be able to switch very fast.
The "Allgaeu DESS" (distributed energy storage system) was expanded to three megawatts with the addition of a sixth battery station.
Depending on how fast the battery is to be charged and discharged, it is equipped with island inverters of matching output. They are the key to system performance.
Cookie cutter solutions are rarely called for and also make very little sense. Every project should be assessed and planned individually – but made of standardized components.
To store solar electricity in large-scale batteries it is important to take heed of charging currents – and to switching currents when in case the grid fails.
The Hörmann family in Zusmarshausen/Bavaria has realized a 100% energy self-sufficient home using a system combination of solar, battery storage, electrolyser and fuel cell.
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