Tesvolt has a new generation of battery storage systems TS HV 30-80 E, offering even better options for variation and, for the first time, a 10-year guarantee for system and performance.
The new products are optimised for the needs of commercial enterprises – from small bakeries to large manufacturing companies – and allow for exceptionally high levels of safety and durability. From system configuration and commissioning to after-sales support, installers have full digital access to all services.
The new generation of storage systems consists of the TS HV 30 E, the TS HV 50 E, and the TS HV 80 E. The efficient high-voltage storage units are easily scalable. Combined, they achieve a total energy of up to 5 megawatt hours. The new three energy storage systems also incorporate advanced Tesvolt battery modules, each with 22 Samsung SDI cells of the latest generation. The high energy density of the battery cells makes these storage systems especially economical.
New features include the Sunny Tripower Storage X three-phase battery inverter from SMA, which ensures even faster reaction and control times as well as a broad usable DC voltage range. And the energy storage systems can now be combined with two different energy management systems: the Basic or Pro model. Tesvolt offers a 10-year guarantee for system and performance with the new storage systems.
“Our new generation of battery storage incorporates all the knowledge we have gained from almost a decade of experience in developing energy storage systems for commerce and industry,” explains Simon Schandert, CTO and Co-Founder at Tesvolt. The new storage systems can adapt even more effectively to the individual preferences of commercial enterprises. That goes for standard applications such as self-consumption optimisation and peak shaving or for multiple applications running in parallel. “The multi-use functions enabled by our energy management system offer enormous potential. Tesvolt customers can combine almost all applications as needed, such as optimising self-consumption with simultaneous control of generators and consumers. Or the forecast-based charging of electric vehicles with concurrent zero feed-in, to give another example. In this way, it will be possible to realise applications and business models in the future that may not even exist yet,” Schandert adds.
The Pro model of the energy manager allows the user to control and prioritise up to 25 charging points. For example, customers could be granted prioritised access to parking spaces over employees. Another example is the capability to configurate a charging point in such a way that it uses only green electricity from a photovoltaic system.