Energy Storage and Complete Autonomy of Remotes Sites and Microgrids




  • Storage of surplus green energy in batteries or as hydrogen (up to 20 kW)
  • Battery energy storage: a few days.
  • Hydrogen energy storage: up to several months.
  • Stored energy reconverted from the batteries or via a fuel cell (up to 50 kW)
  • Ability to use the hydrogen produced and stored for light mobility (bikes, delivery tricycles, drones, etc)


Green energy storage station that enables remote sites to achieve energy self-sufficiency or can form part of a district- or building-level energy loop to offer a range of services (optimising self-consumption, consumption peak reduction, supplying green hydrogen for light mobility, etc).


  • Hydrogen production: up to 4 Nm3/hr (20 kW),
  • H2 storage: up to 30 kg @500 bar
  •  Fuel cell: up to two 30 kW cells,
  • Batteries: up to 96 kWh,
  • Standard 20ft ISO container

Main Benefits

  • Standalone installation for energy storage and reconversion

  • Very large storage capacity (several months)

  • Continuous energy flow during reconversion

  • Adaptable to field limitations (little space available, transport requirements, remote monitoring, etc.)

  • Long lifespan

  • Low environmental impact compared to battery-only or generator solutions (no CO2 emissions, no noise pollution)

  • Low maintenance

  • Remote assessment possible