Energy Storage fair in Dusseldorf reveals great potential for Nilar’s nickel metal hydride energy storage

From March 14-16, 2017, Nilar participated at Europe’s leading energy storage trade fair in Dusseldorf. Nilar showcased its energy storage rack solution, which is produced from battery cell to functional system in Sweden, as well as several recent case stories for smart grid and smart buildings.

“The fair truly exceeded our expectations. The industry is maturing and it´s clear that energy storage is not only a topic of the future - energy storage is a hot topic today and we are happy to be part of this transformation towards a greener energy thinking ”, says Erik Tolagen, Head of Sales and Marketing at Nilar.

The fair resulted in many interesting cases and leads and it became clear that energy storage is playing an important role for implementing a smart grid - from smaller home-storage applications to larger MWh-solutions. Nilar´s focus is on smart grid solutions where NiMH offers a safer, and more cost efficient, reliable and environmentally friendly alternative to both Li-ion and lead acid batteries.  

2017 is going to be an exciting year for the energy storage industry and Nilar in particular. Our rack solution is now being used for multiple smart grid applications around Europe, including charging stations for electric vehicles and distribution of renewable energy at office complexes ”, says Marcus Wigren, CEO at Nilar.  

Due to all the positive feedback received at the event, Nilar has already signed-up for Energy storage Europe next year. 

More information about Nilar, please contact: 

Jan Lundquist 

+46 76 769 50 67  

jan.lundquist@nilar.com

Press contact 

Eric Uggla

46 704151525

eric@lupodesign.se


Nilar is the leading provider of energy storage solution for today’s infrastructure. The unique bi-polar construction of the battery pack provides reliable storage and a stable power supply from a lighter, safer and greener unit. Furthermore, the modular design allows packs to be coupled in parallel and series to deliver the power and capacity required to meet the needs of smart grid, telecom base stations, home solutions and other applications.

Since it was founded by leading experts from the battery industry, Nilar has always sought to challenge the norms of the industry. From its two R&D departments in the USA and Sweden, the company has revolutionized energy storage and power supply technology. Today, manufacturing is handled at the company’s state-of-the-art factory in Sweden.

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Nilar brings you the next generation in modular power technology with the bi-polar NiMH energy storage. The unique construction of the battery delivers incredible power and reliability from a lighter, smaller and greener unit. Furthermore, the modular design allows batteries to be coupled in parallel and series to deliver the power and capacity required to meet virtually any need. Put simply, Nilar batteries deliver more from less. Since it was founded in 2000 by two of the leading experts from the battery branch, Nilar has always sought to challenge the norms of the battery industry. From its two R&D departments in the USA and Sweden the company has revolutionized the way industrial batteries are constructed, developing a unique energy storage system that can be easily scaled to fit different applications. Today, the batteries are produced at the company’s state-of-the-art factory in Sweden. Read more about us at www.nilar.com

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The fair truly exceeded our expectations. The industry is maturing and it´s clear that energy storage is not only a topic of the future - energy storage is a hot topic today and we are happy to be part of this transformation towards a greener energy thinking
Erik Tolagen, Head of Sales and Marketing at Nilar.
2017 is going to be an exciting year for the energy storage industry and Nilar in particular. Our rack solution is now being used for multiple smart grid applications around Europe, including charging stations for electric vehicles and distribution of renewable energy at office complexes
says Marcus Wigren, CEO at Nilar