When milk and electricity flow

Dairy farm, Germany

Matthias Kampert’s farm has been in the family for over 100 years. Nowadays the farm has 130 animals in total. To save electricity, Kampert has installed a photovoltaic system on the roof. The problem is that he also has to milk when the sun is low. The solution is simple. With a powerful battery storage system, Kampert can store the self-generated electricity accumulated throughout the day, increasing his self-consumption. Because TESVOLT storage systems can be expanded even after several years, the dairy farmer can buy a milking robot and make his TESVOLT storage system evolve with his farm.

Characteristics

System:
On-Grid
Capacity/Power:
38,4 kWh/18 kW
Storage type:
TS 48 V (made in Germany by Tesvolt)
Application:
Increase Self Consumption , Peak Load Capping
Industry:
Agriculture , Small and middlesized companies
Installer:
B&W Energy GmbH & Co. KG
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