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To be energy independent is a dream of many families, companies, towns, etc. There are many examples worldwide. The visitors of the 14th Exhibition for Energy Efficiency and Renewables in Sofia (27-29 March) will be able to get acquainted with the recommendations of one of the exhibitors – the Austrian company Fronius International.
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For more details concerning participation, please contact Maya Kristeva at email: office@viaexpo.com, tel. 00359/32512900
Interview with Ms. Verena Huber, regional sales manager at Fronius International

Tell us about your battery charging technology and PV from a single source, as the production of solar energy for self-consumption is becoming more and more attractive to industrial enterprises and logistics companies.

Energy prices are rising − a fact that is reflected in consumers’ monthly energy bills. In the intralogistics sector, this is especially true for operators of electrically powered forklift truck fleets; after all, forklift trucks consume a significant amount of energy. The solution: become your own electricity supplier and protect your business against rising electricity prices over the long term. With a photovoltaic system, you can produce your own energy at a fixed price, meaning that you purchase as little electricity from the public grid as possible. This reduces your operating costs while protecting the environment.
The production of solar energy for self-consumption is becoming more and more attractive to industrial enterprises and logistics companies. For example, an electric forklift truck fleet powered by its own photovoltaic system and combined with modern battery charging technology can be used independently and cost-effectively. Efficiency is therefore of crucial importance, as the cheapest energy is energy that is not used at all. This works best with a partner who offers every solution from a single source and responds flexibly to the individual needs of the operator. Read the rest here
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