Forsee Power and EDF Group Subsidiary Sign Partnership to Develop Mobile Electricity Storage Systems

Forsee Power and EDF Store & Forecast announce the signing of a partnership for the development of mobile and intelligent electricity storage systems, using second-life batteries.

July 01, 2022. By News Bureau

Forsee Power and EDF Store & Forecast announce the signing of a partnership for the development of mobile and intelligent electricity storage systems, using second-life batteries.

By combining their skills, the two companies set themselves the objective of reducing the environmental footprint and optimizing the economic value of batteries from heavy vehicles, by integrating them into innovative storage systems allowing:

- the replacement of thermal generators with a zero-emission solution in terms of CO2, particles and noise,

- the temporary reinforcement of the supply of charging points for light and heavy electric vehicles,

- supplying micro-grids with complex accessibility.

Forsee Power will supply battery packs – first or second life packs – from heavy vehicles such as buses for which the Group is the leading supplier of battery systems in Europe.

EDF Store & Forecast will integrate the battery packs into its stationary storage solutions controlled by its energy management system (EMS) and will market them.

Forsee Power also plans to use these mobile stationary storages on its own industrial sites, in particular on congested network points or associated with the production of solar energy.

The battery energy storage system and its energy management system make it possible to optimize an electrical ecosystem according to the customer's needs: management of variability and transfer of renewable energies, services to the electrical system, economic optimization of the supply/demand balance of an isolated system, minimization of the power subscribed to the network or even maximization of photovoltaic self-consumption.

“This partnership with EDF Store & Forecast is an important step for the commercialization of our second life battery systems. Designed with the use in stationary applications in mind, our high energy density battery packs dedicated to heavy transport will make it possible to support the growth of the market for stationary mobile storage solutions necessary for the decarbonization of maintenance operations and the adoption renewable energies usable at all times.” says Vincent Gauthier, Director of the Forsee Power Services activity.

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