for the most innovative commercial
battery storage installation
The installation company Klaus Schleicher Energietechnik (KSE) has won the final vote - and thus the InnoInstall Award 2021! The prize, awarded for the first time, recognises the innovative energy concept that KSE has implemented in its new company headquarters. At the heart of the concept is a multifunctional storage system from TESVOLT. This not only manages the charging of the electric vehicle fleet and optimises the consumption of the PV system on site, but also provides backup power in the event of a power failure.
Sven Huntemann and Christian Löffler from TESVOLT provided support for the project. They presented the award to KSE in person and on site. Always in their thoughts is TESVOLT's first full-time sales manager, Frank Petrik, who had initiated the project. He passed away at the beginning of this year after a long and severe illness and has been sorely missed at TESVOLT ever since.
The innovative concept of the Klaus Schleicher Energietechnik business in Eichenzell combines a solar energy system with a storage unit, 16 charge points and an infrared heating system.
In Odenthal, a riding stable owner combines sport, nature, green energy and clean mobility. An innovative control concept regulates feed-in, self-consumption, storage, e-charging and heating.
A campus for students in the middle of the savannah in Kenya is supplied with renewable energy and storage units - the all-terrain vehicles now run on green electricity.
An Australian gold mine lowers operating costs with solar energy and storage. A special material is thermally charged by the sun during the day to provide cooling at night.
Are you an installer and have you developed and implemented an individual project for a customer that goes beyond standard applications? Did you install a TESVOLT battery storage system as part of this? Then send us your project by 15 April and join the race for the award!
The focus is on the level of innovation of the project, which will be assessed by an expert jury. This will include the specialist journalist Niels Hendrik Petersen, Dr Julia Badeda from Abo Wind, the independent consultant Hans Urban, and TESVOLT founders Daniel Hannemann and Simon Schandert.
The winner will receive the prestigious InnoInstall Award as well as a grant of €5,000 for a joint advertising campaign with TESVOLT. In addition, the project and the award-winning installation company will be presented in photovoltaik publications and here on the website. Second and third place will receive a grant of €1,000, a short presentation on the website and a certificate.