Mobile energy solutions for the supply of the traction of devices, machines and vehicles used for transporting goods and tool as well as persons. (Exception railway and metro systems, see rail).
Stationary energy solutions for ensuring the supply quality of electrical supply grids, for securing the power supply of systems in case of malfunctions or failures in the grid, for the operation of emergency power lighting systems as well as for starting (emergency power) generators.
Stationary energy solutions for the increase of the self-usage of electrical energy from renewable energy sources in on-grid applications as well as for the development of off-grid power supplies.
Mobile energy solutions for securing the on-board electrical system of railway and metro systems, for starting diesel engines as well as for the electrical drive of traction engines.
power: energy storage technologies in the form of cells, blocks and modules
powerpack: Battery units incl. necessary accessories such as supports, connectors, plug connector system, end cable, etc.
Components from the fields: battery accessories (e.g. electrolyte level measurement and electrolyte circulation, recombiners), energy converters (e.g. charging devices, energy supply units), battery handling (e.g. racks, changing system) monitoring and management (e.g. data recording, battery and energy management)
The range of service includes demand-oriented offers such as spare parts, repairs, tests, revisions and maintenances. Other customer-specific services are proactive and preventive maintenance contracts as well as consulting and training. Full-Service models and technical system management.
Energy systems consist of perfectly coordinated energy storage devices and added-value generating components. The core element, which is typical for an energy system, is the project and engineering service of HOPPECKE, which makes a system both customer-oriented and of higher quality.
Full-Service solutions include the entire product and service portfolio of energy systems (such as remote maintenance contracts and operator models). Extendable by financing solutions (such as rent or leasing)
Energy service solutions based on contracting models (such as usage- or provision-based billing of energy systems)