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Intelligent technology by The Mobility House controls 1,25 MW multi-use storage on EUREF campus.

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Project facts

20 second-life Audi e-tron batteries from test fleet

Multi-use storage provides grid services and optimizes energy supply

1.25 MW power, 1.9 MWh storage capacity


Multi-use products: grid services, renewable integration, fast charging, load management

Audi is electrifying the capital: In the context of the Formula E performance 2019 in Berlin, the brand with the four rings together with The Mobility House has opened Germany’s largest multi-use storage unit on the EUREF Campus. The 1.9 MWh storage system uses second-life lithium-ion batteries from test vehicles and tests various interaction scenarios between electric vehicles and energy grids. The goal: An intelligent network to foster the energy transition.

Special features of the project

• Intelligent technology from The Mobility House controls the battery storage and realizes the interfaces to the energy market and the neighborhood applications

• The software used adjusts the charging and discharging behavior according to the requirements of the EUREF Campus and the power grid

• In the future, surplus electricity from renewable energies -in particular from wind power in northern Germany -will also be stored, thus preventing curtailment

• Real-life laboratory provides important insights for the diverse integration of electric vehicle batteries in the energy market

With its knowhow in the field of second - life storage. The Mobility House made a meaningful contribution to the realization of the project.

Alexander Kupfer - Project Manager Audi AG

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