Could a German subsidy on energy storage replicate the German solar miracle for batteries instead?
Tomorrow, 25 April 2013, the first production line of high-qualitative lithium-iron-phosphate batteries will be celebrated by ECC Repenning GmbH near Hamburg, Germany.
Energy transition, supply stability in the grid, energy storage systems, batteries and renewable energies are daily topics in all media. But what is needed is high-qualitative storage media such as lithium-batteries.
After several years of intense research and development processes the ECC Repenning GmbH is competing in the global marketplace and started the serial production of top-quality lithium-cells in Germany.
The ECC expertise, the high degree of automation and the excellent cell chemistry are the core values, that enable the company to offer batteries that are suited for the following applications: grid-connected and stand-alone systems; grid balancing energy; e-mobility, boat and yacht-applications; and storage systems for telecommunication networks.
For more information about Germany and their installations of solar batteries check out the following websites: