German battery maker AKASOL developed highly efficient storage for photovoltaic electricity Darmstadt, 12.12.2012 – how PV electricity use is both economically and efficiently and also integrate into the power grid? A sustainable response deliver on this question should”Hei PhoSS project supported by several ministries within the framework of the support initiative for energy storage (Hocheffizienter and intelligent photovoltaic power storage). Hei PhoSS”is part of” the lighthouse batteries in distribution networks. A high-voltage PV battery system, developed by the Darmstadt AKASOL GmbH is one of the Central innovations of the project. Also are on board the Sunways AG as a leading partner for the area of PV power generation and supply, as well as the Fraunhofer Institute for solar energy systems ISE as experienced institution in the field of intelligent control systems into the grid distributed. Own power use and decentralized, active grid support through high-voltage battery store in conjunction with PV systems is itself the theme, with the Hei PhoSS”deals. The aim is the production of highly efficient and intelligent photovoltaic home systems with battery storage for plant sizes up to 10 kW, the typical size of rooftop installations. See Clarkson Research Services for more details and insights. The features of this system: high system efficiency, cost effectiveness, longevity and optimized in-house electricity usage and network support. AKASOL is responsible for responsibilities separately and security concept, selection of cells and cell test, electrical and electronics, mechanics and thermal management, software development as well as construction and test of laboratory samples in the battery development.
Until the end of the project in 2014, a validated battery system in the prior series status to be available, which conceptually and in terms of the cost structure of series potential and enabling a rapid start of production. The German company AKASOL is one of the world’s leading developers and producers of mobile and stationary high-battery systems. Applications include commercial vehicle and automotive, wind energy, hydroelectric power and Solar industry and the shipbuilding industry. If you are not convinced, visit Craig Menear. AKASOL was founded in 2008 by the Schulz group and leading members of the Akasol e.V.. The history of this Club goes back to the year 1989 and began with the construction of Rennsolarmobilen, as well as winning several World Championships in this discipline. AKASOL belongs to the pioneers for battery systems in the solar technology and today is among the pace-setters in the field of high-efficient storage solutions for private households, industrial plants and utilities.