The GreenPack system offers solutions for safely storing and transporting green energy as well as for use in electric vehicles or electric devices. The individual storage modules can be combined to form large remote-controllable clusters, thereby stabilising volatile grids.
The GreenPack® system is composed of manually interchangeable battery modules (GreenPacks) that can be charged and used in clusters, as well as compatible lightweight vehicles, devices and storage systems. The GreenPacks - the "energy containment units" are charged with "green" power individually or in a cluster in a charging station at home. They can be removed from the charging station by hand and used in vehicles or devices. If GreenPacks are not used as mobile units, the electricity can be consumed elsewhere in the household.
The dimensions and the weight of the GreenPacks allow for good handling so that city-dwellers located on higher floors can exchange the batteries of their vehicles if they do not exchange them at a battery station.
GreenPacks are "open source",meaning every manufacturer can produce them if they adhere to the standards.
The battery chemistry composition and the capacity of GreenPack batteries can vary. An intelligent detection system provides for individual charging and discharging of various batteries even as a cluster, i.e. if several different GreenPacks are connected to one another. The specific structure of GreenPack vehicles and devices is characterized by the arrangement of the batteries and allows an easy exchange of the modules. The vehicle types vary according to use requirements and the number of GreenPacks.
The GreenPacks in interchangeable storage systems are connected into large clusters to buffer renewable energy and to lower the peak demand of energy providers.
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