DMG MORI SEIKI Australia
showcased a new storage solution for renewable energy at the recently held All-Energy exhibition in Melbourne.
Storing electricity for use in the absence of the sun or wind has been a major challenge for making renewable energy practical and dependable. A new technology from Gildemeister Energy Solutions (a DMG company) called the CellCube delivers a powerful, durable and low maintenance vanadium redox flow large scale storage solution that allows independent and flexible utilisation of the electricity generated by solar power plants and wind turbines to serve as an uninterrupted power supply source, even in dark and windless conditions.
Neil Buchan, Sales Support Team Leader at DMG/Mori Seiki believes that the Australian market is ready for a storage solution. The company also showcased its new renewable energy solutions such as the WindCarrier and SunCarrier systems.
Nash Dhruve, Finance Controller at DMG/Mori Seiki adds that the CellCube battery system ensures a clean, emission-free and fast energy supply at all times, offering reliable and stable storage as well as very fast reaction times. The CellCube can be incorporated into everyday energy systems, which makes it suitable for remote operations in Australia.
CellCube is suitable for small businesses, SMEs as well as large corporations in the mining industry, or as a reliable energy storage and supply system for telecommunication networks in regions without a grid or with unstable grids.
Nash advises companies to invest in renewable energy solutions such as the CellCube by taking advantage of the federal government’s assistance measures for small businesses as part of its Clean Energy Future program. According to Nash, every dollar spent by companies is matched by the government, which makes the CellCube system very affordable with a payback period of only 3-4 years. The life-long warranty on the product makes the ROI very attractive.
With an aim to provide total solutions, DMG/Mori Seiki invites all companies interested in the government’s grant to contact the team for assistance with all necessary information and paperwork.