Energy storage systems from PFIFFNEr
100% energy transition - a vision that connects. PFFIFNER offers energy storage systems in the Swiss market in cooperation with Fenecon. The first reference project is a solar energy storage system for an e-bus station at the train station in Brugg, Switzerland.
The PFIFFNER Group, a supplier of products and solutions for energy technology and electric railways and FENECON GmbH from Germany, an energy storage system manufacturer, has entered into cooperation. PFIFFNER offers energy suppliers, municipal utilities and industry FENECON energy storage systems. The collaboration will initially be launched on the Swiss market.
The common goal of sharing a 100% energy transition with sustainability and offering future-proof solutions connect both companies.
With its integrated offering, PFIFFNER solves the challenges of the energy transition as a whole. Customers are given holistic access to grid technology, the respective energy storage systems and the multiple award-winning energy management system FEMS.
With this partnership, both companies are rising to the challenge of developing sustainable solutions for the future electrical grid. The answers are system-open and expandable for the electricity grids and requirements of the future. This makes customers' investments particularly sustainable. Both companies share a passion for electrical energy and its responsible use.
First reference project - solar energy storage e-bus Brugg, Switzerland
In early 2021, we were awarded a contract by IBB to integrate batteries into an e-bus station to store solar energy and charge the e-bus during stops. Very high power is needed to assess the e-bus during the visit, so the battery concept is ideal for covering the peaks and using the stored green energy from the station’s roof. An essential aspect of the project is acting as a turnkey local storage solution provider, including project management, delivery, installation, support, and service. The energy management software we supplied, called FEMS, is integrated into the client's higher-level control system via a standard interface, enabling optimised use of the entire system with a simple click.