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The scenario of a power failure in a supermarket is not a pretty one. If the refrigeration fails, all the goods are ripe for disposal – from fresh vegetables to frozen pizza. For this reason, the SPAR supermarket in Kestenholz decided to protect itself. With a complete roof renovation, a new photovoltaic system and a salt battery storage system, not only will the electricity bill be reduced, but from now on the fish will stay fresh even in the event of a power failure!
Whether carousel or bouncy castle, candy floss or popcorn machine, wheel of fortune or Mohrenkopf slingshot, all this needs a large storage hall. It is lit with green electricity from the company's own photovoltaic system and a salipro® salt battery storage system from innovenergy®.
Not only solar cells adorn the roof of Stephan H. from Zug, but also three panels for solar thermal energy and lots of vegetables. From top to bottom, the house is set to green. Because in the cellar there is now a salidomo® 9 for self-consumption even at night and in the early morning.
The personal contribution to the energy transition is an inner need for Daniel S. in the Seeland region. The house is built. Ecological, of course. The e-car is ordered. Now all that's left is to generate his own electricity. He spent a long time researching and planning everything himself. In the process, he came across the salidomo® from innovenergy® and was immediately enthusiastic. When his concept was ready, he invited various installers to submit offers. The winner was the expertise of Mr. Micha Berger, currently project manager at XEEO.
Constant power cuts were causing problems for the Gacha Foundation in western Cameroon. With the new DConnect® solution from innovenergy® and the Antenna Foundation, there is finally continuous electricity – and it is fully ecological! In Africa, of all places, an emerging continent full of opportunities, this state-of-the-art technology is being implemented for the first time as a pilot project.
25 Swiss francs a year is the electricity bill of Mark and Barbara in a small village near Solothurn. Steadily rising electricity prices no longer interest them. Their detached house with a small hobby workshop is completely self-sufficient. The system can bridge three days in winter or in fog with its various storage tanks. Gerber Energietechnik AG from Gümligen near Bern is responsible for the energy concept and its implementation.
BLS is constantly modernising its technology and applying future-oriented innovative solutions. The new technical building and the switching station in Holligen/BE are powered by photovoltaics. The system was installed by the Ruswil-based company Alectron AG. A new feature was the storage of the electricity in a salt battery. This sustainable and ecological storage system was manufactured by Innovenergy GmbH from Meiringen. This system represents a pilot plant with an independent power supply.