Wittenberg/Germany, 2 May 2022 – Tesvolt will present its new series of energy storage systems designed for commercial and industrial use at ees Europe in Munich, Germany. The new battery storage systems are set apart by their higher energy density and particularly high economic efficiency. The E series is Tesvolt’s response to the global shortage of chips in energy storage systems; the new systems are configured to use 80% fewer chips. This allows the manufacturer to produce its battery storage system solutions in larger batches and meet the skyrocketing demand for commercial storage systems.
Commerce looking for independent energy supply
“With electricity costs so high at the moment, many commercial companies are currently struggling to survive, and they want to achieve independence with their own photovoltaic installation and energy storage system, for example. We have also seen this development reflected in the demand for our storage systems, which has increased enormously in recent weeks,” reported Daniel Hannemann, Co-Founder and CEO of Tesvolt. “Because the E series uses fewer chips, we can produce it in much larger batches – and help more commercial operations switch to an independent power supply.”
Optimised and streamlined for economic efficiency
In both purchasing and operations, the storage systems in the E series cost less than the existing A series, due in part to the fact that the new battery modules, which can store almost 70% more energy, are arranged more compactly. The E series also uses the latest-generation Samsung SDI lithium-ion cells, making it even more powerful and robust. This gives the overall system an efficiency rating of over 90 percent – significantly higher than that of conventional energy storage systems on the market.
Suitable for any application
“The storage systems in the E series meet the same quality criteria as the A series, but higher energy density and an optimised design mean we can produce them in larger quantities,” explains Simon Schandert, Co-Founder and CTO of Tesvolt. “The E series is available in different product variants too, so it offers the right battery storage system for every application.” The storage systems in the E series shave peak loads, optimise self-consumption and supply back-up power. They function both on-grid and off-grid and are also very well suited as charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. The capacity of the new energy storage system solutions ranges from 70 kilowatt hours to several megawatt hours.
Power quality technology increases machinery lifespans
“The quality of the electricity is another thing that’s important to many commercial and industrial operations, because it improves machines’ durability. That’s why we’ve integrated our power quality technology in both the TS-I HV 80 E and TS-I HV 100 E. It ensures good, consistent electricity quality – giving us a genuine USP on the market,” affirmed Mr Schandert. An active grid filter stabilises voltage and frequency, all the while reducing load imbalance, reactive power and harmonics in the commercial operation’s utility grid.
Visit Tesvolt at ees Europe in Munich between 11 and 13 May 2022!
Location: booth 110 in Hall B2
Tesvolt specialises in battery storage systems for commerce and industry. The innovative company produces intelligent lithium storage systems with power ratings from 30 kilowatt hours through to many megawatt hours. Tesvolt uses high-performance battery cells from Samsung SDI. Tesvolt manufactures its commercial storage system solutions in series production at Europe’s first gigafactory for commercial battery storage systems at its Wittenberg site in Germany and delivers them worldwide. Tesvolt has already implemented more than 3,000 storage system projects worldwide and employs almost 150 people. The company has already received several awards, including the German Entrepreneur Award in the “Rising Stars” category, the “TOP 100” Innovation Award and the smarter E Award in the “Outstanding Projects” category.
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