Our power generators in alaska run up to 10,000 operational hours unattended: a world record! Therefore, in 2019, the leading U.S. network operator went for a long-term solution with Sunfire-Remote.
Focus of the project: Demonstration of the maturity of this FC technique under climatically demanding conditions and with difficult accessibility.
In the event of a power failure, the fuel cell backup system (5kW) supplies the technical equipment’s own requirements.
At the deflection point on the Messelingkogel, at an altitude of just under 2,700 m, the SIQENS Ecoport 800 is used. The energy of the fuel cell is sufficient to operate a small electric heater in addition to the connected directional antennas,
At each location, fuel is supplied for at least one hour. 72 h emergency power operation. A total of 450 kW of fuel cell power was installed in NA43.
The wind energy industry requires UPS systems (uninterruptible power supply) for countless applications.
Since 2017, our power generators supply systems for traffic lights and barriers at level crossings. Nowadays, the level crossings can be monitored remotely.
Development of a self-sufficient energy supply: Among other things, the development of a hybrid storage technology.
Short-term storage: battery and seasonal long-term storage – hydrogen.