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Innovative energy solutions: H2My wants to introduce revolutionary electricity storage and energy management systems

H2My, an energy technology company. In the future, we will develop solutions for advanced power storage solutions and energy management systems, specifically developed for industrial plants. These new products promise a significant increase in energy efficiency and a significant reduction in operating costs.

In addition to electricity storage, H2My wants to offer advanced energy management systems equipped with the latest technology and artificial intelligence. These systems provide precise control and real-time data analysis, helping operations optimize their energy use and improve operational efficiency.

"Our mission at H2My is to provide future-ready energy solutions that are not only cost-effective but also environmentally friendly," says Michael Szonn, CEO of H2My. "With our future products, we are setting a new standard in the energy industry and supporting our customers in achieving their sustainable development goals."

Lithium-ion batteries are currently a good choice for medium to large photovoltaic systems.

Choosing the best energy storage depends on several factors, such as budget, available space, required capacity, efficiency, longevity, scalability and also important: environmental sustainability.

The known batteries (AKKU) and types for these requirements are:

Lithium-ion batteries:
For modern energy systems, they have a high energy density, a long service life, offer good efficiency and are scalable.

Lead acid batteries:
A cheaper and well-known alternative can be an economically sensible solution.

Redox flow batteries:
For very large storage requirements. They have a long service life and are easily scalable.

Saltwater batteries:
A more environmentally friendly option. They are safer and non-flammable, have a lower energy density.

Energy management systems:
Advanced energy management systems that optimize the production, storage, consumption and delivery of energy. These systems also help to coordinate energy production with demand times.