BMZ Brings New Energy Storage System with Higher Capacity to Market

Karlstein am Main, (PresseBox) - With the new lithium ion energy storage option – the BMZ Energy Storage Systems (ESS) – both private and commercial solar system operators have the ability to inexpensively store solar energy during the day, then use it in their own homes or businesses as needed. The new storage system, designated ESS 9.0, has a rated capacity of 8.5 kilowatt hours (kWh) and a lower specific price than its little brother, the ESS 7.0. Otherwise, it retains all the features typical for a BMZ energy storage system.

- Very powerful, up to 300 ampere discharge current
- Flexible and expandable. Up to twelve units can be switched in parallel
- Safe and robust with a multi-level safety concept
- Emergency power supply and off-grid option

The new storage system from the BMZ Group will be presented for the first time during the Energy Storage Europe trade fair in Düsseldorf between March 14th and 16th. BMZ experts from the Energy Storage segment Björn Schenk ( and Dr. Stratis Tapanlis ( will be on hand to advise attendees and potential buyers about the new storage systems at BMZ stand exhibition hall 08 B C20. The new storage system is available now through wholesalers.

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