Stationary Energy Storages

This way we provide storage facilities for renewable energies and thus contribute to the energy transition.

Dive into the world of stationary storages

Imagine that the battery in your electric car is given a second life after its use in the vehicle...

...and thus helps the energy transition to make a breakthrough.
If the battery is no longer used in the vehicle, it does not have to be disposed of immediately. Rather, it can start a second life in a stationary storage together with other vehicle batteries. High-performance stationary storage systems can decrease the volatility of renewable energies, promote their integration and stabilize the power grid. The Mobility House's storage units react to grid fluctuations within seconds and stabilize the grid by selectively charging and discharging the batteries. The Second-Life usage on the one hand prolongs the life of vehicle batteries and on the other hand reduces their CO2 backpack. Even from new and previously unused vehicle batteries, a so-called living spare parts store can be created until the batteries eventually begin their use in the vehicle.

Discover the potential of stationary energy storages

In cooperation with various car manufacturers - such as Daimler, Renault-Nissan and Audi - we at The Mobility House implement modern and future-proof storage solutions for industrial and commercial customers.
This enables us to meet the growing demand for storage for renewable energies, to ensure that no wind turbine is switched off due to a lack of storage facilities.

Because to realize our vision of an emission-free future, we need these renewable energies.
With our specially developed technology, we integrate vehicle batteries into the power grid. By marketing the storage units on the energy market, we generate revenues and thus make electromobility cheaper and at the same time more sustainable. Intelligent charging management and the aggregation of decentralized units are our key competencies.

Our services

  • Construction and operation of large industrial storage facilities
  • Marketing of frequency containment reserve on the energy markets and generation of revenues
  • Peak load reduction (peak shaving)
  • Second-Life use of vehicle batteries
  • Increased competitiveness of electric vehicles by reuse of batteries in the sense of the circular economy approach
  • Integration of renewable energies
  • Coupling the energy and mobility sectors

Successfully implemented projects

2019: Multi-use battery storage at EUREF-Campus in Berlin fosters energy transition

Audi and The Mobility House are electrifying the capital: As part of the Formula E 2019 guest race in Berlin, the brand with the four rings has opened a multi-use storage facility on the EUREF campus together with the technology company The Mobility House. The storage unit with a capacity of 1.9 MWh uses used lithium-ion batteries from Audi e-Tron test vehicles and tests various interaction scenarios between electric vehicles and the power grid, such as peak load reduction, backup power, swarm management, bidirectional charging (V2G) or frequency stabilization.
The goal: intelligent networking to promote the energy transition.

2019: Storage containers solve energy bottlenecks directly on site

Advanced Battery Storage in Zusammenarbeit mit Groupe RenaultAdvanced Battery Storage in Zusammenarbeit mit Groupe Renault

Within the framework of the project "Advanced Battery Storage", the cooperation partners Renault, The Mobility House, Mitsui and others have set themselves the goal of installing a total of 60 MW of stationary storage in the form of container solutions made of Renault First- and Second-Life batteries at various locations in Germany and France. The offer is aimed, among others, at industrial customers and network operators who want to save costs during peak loads and stabilize their power quality.

The solution is that The Mobility House uses its technology to smooth high peak loads directly on site by retrieving the energy stored in the containers. Since less electricity is therefore required from the power grid, the system significantly reduces network usage fees. If the load profile shows high and short load peaks in a limited period of time, the stationary storage facility can be used in the frequency containment reserve for the remaining time, thus opening up further sales potential.

2018: Coal-fired power plant becomes storage for vehicle batteries

Speicher aus First- und Second-Life Fahrzeugbatterien in ElverlingsenSpeicher aus First- und Second-Life Fahrzeugbatterien in Elverlingsen

In 2018, the cooperation partners Daimler, The Mobility House, GETEC ENERGIE, Enervie and Daimler subsidiary Mercedes-Benz Energy put another innovative battery storage system into operation. A large proportion of the batteries used in this system serve as "living spare parts storage" (First-Life batteries) for the fleet of vehicles of the third generation of electric smart cars. To ensure that the batteries can be used for the first time, they have to be gently charged and discharged at regular intervals.

The battery storage was built on the site of the decommissioned coal-fired power plant and thus stands for the change in the storage and use of energy towards a sustainable future. The intelligent Charging and Energy Management system ChargePilot from The Mobility House ensures the charging and discharging processes. In addition, revenues can be generated by marketing the storage facilities on the energy market. This efficient dual use of battery systems improves the environmental balance and the life cycle costs of electromobility.

2018: Battery storage increases energy efficiency at Johan Cruijff ArenA in Amsterdam

The Johan Cruijff ArenA in Amsterdam is one of the world's leading stadiums for sports and major events and is a pioneer in the introduction of innovative and intelligent technologies. In cooperation with Nissan, Eaton and The Mobility House, a 3 MW battery storage system was implemented in 2018 to increase the energy efficiency. The Mobility House is responsible for the operation and marketing of the stored energy on the energy markets with a special technology based on the Charging and Energy Management system ChargePilot.

2016: Second-life battery storage facility in Lünen generates revenues on the energy market

In cooperation with Daimler AG and GETEC Energie AG, The Mobility House built the world's largest battery storage facility for Second-Life vehicle batteries in 2016 on the premises of Remondis SE in Lünen, North Rhine-Westphalia. The stationary energy storage facility has a capacity of 13 megawatts.
The technology for integrating the vehicle batteries into the power grid was also provided by The Mobility House in this project. The Mobility House and GETEC Energie AG jointly market the stored electricity on the energy markets and generate revenues.

You are interested in a stationary storage system?

Would you like to set up a stationary energy storage system in cooperation with The Mobility House? Then simply contact us using the contact form. Our team for stationary storage systems will get back to you as soon as possible. 

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Elise LebosséElise Lebossé

Elise Lebossé
Project manager Stationary storages

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