On January the 15th 2015, Maarten Camps, Secretary General of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, visited together with the Deputy Secretary General Guido Biessen, Aino Jansen as Deputy Head of the Economic Department in the Dutch Embassy in Berlin and Eelco van der Eijk, Innovation Attaché, the BAE plant in Berlin.
The German federal government decided that from the 1st July 2015 the bureaucracy brake comes into operation. Through the bureaucracy brake the burdens on industry should be limited with lasting effect. The so-called "One in, one out - rule" aims to ensure that for any new regulation which will be imposed on the industry somewhere else a burden has to be reduced.
On the 23rd of June 2015 the German - Dutch Chamber of Commerce (DNHK) was visiting BAE in Berlin with its event series “DNHK guest on site”. The members of the Chamber located in the Netherlands and Germany were invited to meet at BAE and get to know the company. Alexandra Sierra, director of the capital office in Berlin, opened that event together with Jan IJspeert, Managing Director of BAE Batterien.
This year`s Intersolar Europe in Munich, as the world`s leading trade fair show for the solar market, organized again important conferences, workshops and panels. Also this year BAE Batterien was present, to be more precisely in the hall of the “ees”, where exclusively storage technology was exhibited.
The trend towards energy self-sufficiency will set even higher standards for storage systems which we also will fulfill in the future through our high quality products. Following the successful market conquest by the BAE SunDepot® battery system it is a pleasure to hereby present the second generation of the SunDepot®.