In Germany as well as in other markets such as USA and Australia, large quantities of renewable energy are fed into the grid.
For example, solar and wind energy remains unused because it is available during the day when energy demand is low.

New investments in renewable energy allow for even higher power generation, but cannot be exported to other load centers due to transmission restrictions.

The rapid growth of variable generation also poses new challenges for grid operators in terms of high MW capacity, which must be managed to work with the variability of electricity supply and demand.

Our storage systems offer large and flexible solutions.