The world of energy is changing: PV systems are becoming increasingly common on roofs in cities as well as industrial and rural areas and are thus driving the energy transition forward. More and more companies are using PV systems to gain independence from electric utility companies and rising costs. Companies are making an active contribution to climate protection by using their own electricity from the roof. Any company that still has space on its roof or premises should not miss this opportunity.
This supermarket is using solar power and an energy management system and is interconnecting all electricity consumers with producers — the result being low electricity costs and lower CO2 emissions.
Visitors to the Hans-Peter Porsche Traumwerk museum in Bavaria can now charge their electric vehicles with solar power while they marvel at the tin toys, model railways and classic cars on show. A 300 kWp PV system supplies not only the building with electricity, but also the charging stations for electric cars and bikes.
Charging your electric vehicle at home helps you save time and money— especially when the charging process is intelligently integrated into your home energy system. At the 3rd E-Mobility Plugfest at the Audi plant in Brussels, communication between the charging infrastructure and other energy generators and consumers was put to the test.
E-mobility is an important milestone of the energy transition. The majority of car manufacturers already have electric models in their...
People are becoming more and more mobile worldwide. A trend that not only presents considerable challenges for transportation planners, but also makes a significant contribution to climate change. How do we shape the sustainable and user-friendly mobility of the future? Annika Kunze, expert in e-mobility and energy solutions for supermarkets at SMA subsidiary coneva, presents her insights and forecasts.
EEBUS-Standard für E-Mobilität: Erfolgreiches PlugfestWatch this video on YouTube In June, representatives of the EEBUS initiative met in Cologne for...