About this event
Batteries have become a commodity. To reduce total cost of ownership (TCO), energy storage operators and installers are focused on soft costs and on ‘upgradeability’.
In addition to the competitive environment of energy storage solutions, the environmental footprint of these systems is of growing concern for companies and customers engaged in the low carbon energy transition and committed to the reduction of greenhouse gases.
Safety, too, is a key concern.
This webinar will present a comprehensive new approach to these and other challenges:
Today: batteries and other components are mainly transported in specific packaging and mounted within a container on-site. This leads to high complexity and long installation times.
Attendees will learn other approaches to simplify logistics and installations.
Adding battery capacity into an existing installation after several years of operation, is a major issue with the standard battery container approach.
With a Storage-as-a-Service (SaaS) approach, system operators are able to relocate batteries where and when needed.
The benefits of a modular- and pre-wired solution.
Battery production is not the only generator of CO2 emissions; transportation creates a big impact.
On-site waste management is a real challenge.
An area of major concern for operators and users
Preventing an incident by intelligent design and built-in detection and suppression
In the second part of this webinar, Jens Clemens from the German utility swb will present the HyRek project developed with Leclanché in 2018. HyRek is an innovative concept, mixing Battery Energy Storage and Water Heating in order to improve the performance of the entire system while participating in the German FCR market.
Jens will explain in detail how he manages the two technologies at the same time. He will then focus on the installation phase of the project to see how much time and money he will save today using LeBlock.
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Cyril is in charge of the business development for the stationary activity of Leclanché. he has a strong technical background in Photovoltaic, conversion system and electrical installation standards, and holds a Master of Electronic from ISEN university in Lille, France.
Responsible for the Engineering team, that defines and provides technical applications and battery system architectures. He has more than 10 years of experience in the field of renewable energies and holds a Master Degree in Engineering from Konstanz University, Germany.
Editor and lead journalist for Energy-Storage.news, covering the global industry for a business audience.
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