Norvento Enerxía, a company specialized in renewable technologies and solutions, will be present at the III Edition of RENMAD Storage, organized by ATA Insights and to be held on June 21 and 22. The Galician company will present at the congress some of its latest energy storage solutions, its experience and its ability to act in this new sector. This meeting will bring together national and international storage experts and seeks to deepen knowledge on how to design, promote, build and operate profitable storage projects in Spain.
Specifically, visitors will be able to see first-hand some of the technological products designed and manufactured by Norvento in Spain and, of course, obtain information on nBESS (norvento Battery Energy Storage System) solutions. These are containerized solutions, fully integrated and ready for immediate deployment, which seek to meet the needs for storage and management of electrical energy flows in isolated systems, distribution networks, superchargers, industries and renewable generation plants, with storage capacities. between 100 and 2,000 kWh and with powers between 50 kVA and 1,000 kVA.
In addition to this solution, Norvento Enerxía will show at RENMAD its electronic power converter, nGM (norvento GridMaster converter), designed to simplify the design, integration and start-up of energy storage in microgrids and distributed generation systems, both isolated as connected to the network.
Both these products and the rest of Norvento’s solutions reflect its conception of the sector and its values, from excellence in design to offering optimal performance, adapted to the specific needs of the client. All this hand in hand with the cutting-edge technology of distributed energy, covering the generation, storage, and management and control of energy in sophisticated solutions around self-consumption, microgrids and energy communities.
Innovating in the development of own technology
Norvento Enexía will also participate in the round table “How to introduce storage to self-consumption customers”. Specifically, Juan Alberto Marrero Sosa, head of the company’s Power Electronics Business Unit, will explain how the next step in self-consumption consists of hybridization with storage, which provides electrical consumers with greater autarky, and allows you to take the step towards more active consumers (known as “prosumers”). Juan Alberto will detail Norvento’s experience in this sector, in which he has been operating for three years now, with numerous successful projects.