From 12 to 14 of November, the European Utility Week (EUW) Trade Show & Conference took place in Paris, France. This trade fair brought a large number of manufacturing companies, project developers, service providers and other exhibitors together. All are active in the sectors of utility and power generation businesses. BAE Batterien GmbH (BAE) was present as an exhibitor within the Berlin Brandenburg pavilion, where some businesses from the region showcased their technology and services to existing and potential new clients.
The goal for European companies regarding this three-day event is to establish business relations for exchanging goods and services for a more efficient, cost-effective, clean energy generation and distribution. BAE had the chance to showcase its high quality technology to potential clients who were interested in using premium lead batteries for a number of utility applications. The BAE SECURA product line for stationary applications can be used for uninterrupted power supply systems, substation switchgear management, backup power, data centres and much more.
Parallel to the regular exhibition floor, conferences, talks, and discussions by experts in the industry took place in numerous various venues throughout the exhibition hall. The main focus in this context was on the possibilities of offsetting greenhouse gases and emissions occurring during power generation for utilities and the practical implementation. For these applications the high quality batteries of BAE are an essential part. Besides for carbon offset purposes, in situations where utilities depend on diesel generators in case of a power outage, the deep discharge stationary batteries are an excellent solution to bridge the blackout time in case of an interruption.
Battery utilisation whether for backup or storage are fundamental components in the utility industry. In that respect the battery quality plays an important and sometimes even lifesaving role. BAE is proud to keep providing premium batteries for the demanding industry sector, 100 % Made in Germany.