Green energy sustainable illuminated with aentron batteries

Wind turbines and thus the generation of CO2-reduced electricity are an essential part of the energy transition. The illumination of wind turbines represents a considerable safety aspect so that they are clearly visible to air traffic, for example. Lothar Freese uses a mobile control device to power the lighting – equipped with six 2kWh and one energy controller. Prior to refitting to powerful aentron lithium-ion battery modules, the electricity was generated by a diesel generator. In addition to the high level of noise, the considerable consumption of fossil resources should be emphasized in the context of producing green energy. 

The diesel had to be refilled up to twice a day in order to guarantee a permanent supply of the power generation required for the lighting. Thanks to the powerful aentron energy storage system, the generator is only needed to charge the batteries. When a defined charge level is reached, the modules are recharged via the generator and reach a full charge level after just two hours.

And instead of filling the tank twice a day, this is now reduced to once a week. This means that emission-free electricity generation is now also sustainably secured, less noise and a significant reduction in CO2 emissions thanks to the reduction in the use of fossil fuels.

Thanks to the powerful aentron energy storage system, the generator is only needed to charge the batteries.

Technical Data

The system contains of 2 kWh lithium-ion energy storage devices with a total energy of 10 kWh and a total capacity of 240 Ah. The total weight of the battery system is 120 kg.