With the successful introduction of the BAE SUNDEPOT last year, BAE Batterien GmbH (BAE) sets again a new milestone with the delivery of eligible battery storage of the PVV class. With regard to the KfW Renewable Energies Programme "Speicher" (Leaflet 275) effective since May 1st 2013, the Program requires a battery storage for which the manufacturer reimburse, in case of a defect, the value of the batteries over a period of seven years.
By introducing the BAE SUNDEPOT as a reliable energy storage this unit will support the grid load relief as well as an optimization of the use of renewable energy applications. The high performance storage capability of the BAE SUNDEPOT is specifically designed to meet requirements of private households.
In view of the expected subsidization of battery storages for 2013 by the KfW support program an additional incentive will be created for the self consumption of generated renewable energy. The BAE SUNDEPOT battery system will comply with the conditions of the support program for battery storages.
BAE Batterien GmbH participated in the 1st Bornay Workshop organized during the Genera 2013 in Madrid. The Workshop was held on the 27th February in a private room located in the same Hall where the Genera Trade Fair took place.
More than 100 professionals attended to the Workshop, which focused on the topic “Self-consumption” together with contributions from the main brands represented by Bornay in the Spanish market, viz. Victron Energy, Schneider Electric and BAE Batterien GmbH.
The German Association for Small and Medium-sized Businesses (BVMW) invited the members of its senate for a 2012 year-end closing ceremony in Berlin. During this event two member companies have been visited including site visits with around 30 participants on November 30th 2012. Besides overviews on First Sensor AG, a specialist for all kinds of sensor measurement devices, detailed insights could also be gained at the BAE Batterien GmbH production facilities.
With a grand opening ceremony on the roof top of the L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University in Astana, Kazakhstan, a Photovoltaic application including a backup-system with approx. 10kWp power generation went successfully into operation. The ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany, representatives of the Kazakhstan government and participants of all involved German project partners joined the ceremony.