Picture special: Energy storage at Intersolar Europe 2018

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The doors opened for Intersolar Europe/ees Europe this year on Wednesday 20 June, with energy storage taking a more prominent place than ever. Here are some photographic highlights taken from the exhibition.

Ultracapacitor maker Skeleton Technologies delivers a stark message with a humorous twist.
LG Chem’s RESU residential units were on display at both the company’s own booth and at those of several compatible inverter manufacturers.
Tesvolt brought both indoor and outdoor battery systems and enclosures.
International companies including the US’ Outback Power also turned out in force.
Some statistics backing up Skeleton Tech’s ‘Blackout Club’ campaign.
With Germany as a world leader in home storage, there was a wide range of suppliers and manufacturers in attendance.
Mercedes-Benz Energy: Despite recent refocusing, still in the game.
Utility and oil and gas majors including Wartsila are taking bigger steps into distributed and new energy tech.

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