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What the future of energy storage looks like

ElectroMechanica is the first company to bring the Mercedes-Benz Energy Storage Units into the South African market.

Mercedes-Benz Energy has the right storage solution for any requirement – from homes to major industrial facilities.

Mercedes-Benz Energy Storage Home and Grid systems enable homes, companies, and utilities to optimise the use of solar power, increase autonomy and enhance energy efficiency while shaving peak loads and helping to stabilise the grid.

Based on the same battery technology used in Mercedes-Benz electric and hybrid vehicles, these storage systems meet the highest standards of quality, reliability, and safety.

When combined with a compatible solar system, the energy storage system can store excess photovoltaic energy produced during the day, which can then be utilised on demand day or night.

This means that excess energy is stored up for later use giving you greater independence of energy supply.

The Mercedes-Benz Energy Storage is the key to a sustainable energy future, giving you access to cleaner energy and will protect you from fluctuating energy costs.

The storage units have an optional charging station for emission-free recharging of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles with the stored energy.

Thanks to its modular and expandable system structure, the Mercedes-Benz Energy Storage system is perfectly suited for private homes and can be adapted to individual needs, ranging from 2.5 to 20 kWh.

The Mercedes-Benz Energy Storage system offers a particularly long service life with the very safe, reliable lithium-ion technology, in the usual Mercedes-Benz “Made in Germany” quality.

When you purchase the storage system, you can depend on a ten-year current value replacement warranty, should any problems occur.

Installation can be modified to cater to your specific needs, which include wall and upright standing installation.

For more information visit the ElectroMechanica website.

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