relatio RT prepares the way in a new epoch of solar current production
Balingen/Wiefelstede. The sun is shining – and photovoltaic plant operators make a good play. Private photovoltaic owners may now use their current themselves without large technical and financial expense. This enables a new cooperation between relatio RT and the company E3/DC from Osnabrück.
“This is the most eco-friendly step ever“, says Managing Director Jörn Menke from relatio RT Nord. His company offers a revolutionary concept together with E3/DC. This concept makes operators of PV plants more independent of utility companies. The renewable current produced on the proper roof is cached and consumed time-displaced – either inhouse or mobile in an electric vehicle. The plant’s heart is an inhouse power station, which couples photovoltaic modules, grid and battery. Excessive current is being fed-in to the grid.
The system offers a double equivalent in comparison to analogue plants. This corresponds to the E3 formula: renewable, effective and economize (erneuerbar, effektiv und einsparend). The German Renewable Energy Law supports the private consumption of solar current as well as its feed-in to the grid. Therefore the house owner profits twice. Thereof household expenses and economy profit equally.The operator of the photovoltaic plant may have “his“ current 24 hours per day. The system was developed for homesteads and small enterprises in the power range of five to 20 kilowatt. The unit may be easily installed in the cellar or storeroom. It’s light and intuitive installable.
The new system Energy-Storage ® S 10 enables two solutions: On one hand the combination of self supply and connection to the public grid. On the other hand the system offers everything to people who require self-contained solutions. These customers would exclusively like to draw on their own produced renewable current and require supply independence of utility companies.
The responsible parties relatio RT and E3/DC are convinced: The trend is going in direction of decentralized supply. “Saving energy inhouse is a change for the market.“ says Peter Gutendorf, Development Manager at E3/DC. Jörn Menke from relatio adds: “The storage of proper current of households even relieves large energy companies as peak loads are distributed better in their grids.“