We are all aware of the fact that we have to make efficient use of energy, from the perspective of availability and in order to achieve a cleaner earth. Switching from nuclear power and fossel-fuel energy to green energy was the first big step forward. The trend of today and tomorrow is to produce energy as economically as possible and make efficient use of the available energy. Energy storage devices link up to this trend and increase the reliability and the efficient use of electrical energy.

Advanced Hybrid Power Management and Energy Storage System

Using the stored power to run during periods of high demand, our lightweight and compact system can combine energy storage and power conversion technologies up to multiple megawatt power levels. Because every market and every company has its own requirements we provide custom-built systems to meet everyone's specific needs and demands. For every project, our team of highly educated and qualified engineers designs the very best possible system. Whatever your need and whether it concerns an offshore or onshore project, we provide what you need.

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Integration possibilities

Our Hybrid Power Management and Energy Storage System uses power electronics in a sophisticated way, which makes it suitable for integration in:

  • Conventional grid systems
  • Micro-grid systems
  • Off-grid systems
  • Remote life systems
  • CHP systems

Also perfect for disaster relief and in case of sustainable power requirements.


Higher reliability and efficiency
Reduced energy consumption
Reduced carbon footprint
Reduced fuel consumption
Peak shaving
Longer life-cycles

Provided in a lightweight and compact system.

Electrical Energy Storage

More and more electricity is being generated from intermittent sources of power, such as solar and wind energy. Powerful electric energy storage devices are necessary to level out corresponding irregularities in the power supply. Electrical Energy Storage refers to a process of storing electrical energy from a power network into a battery operated system, from which it can be withdrawn when needed.