bringing green electricity to the grid is possible!

Renewable energies are key to the energy transition. The problem is that, for the most part, their output is intermittent: they only operate at full capacity when the sun is out, the wind is blowing or there is a strong river current. However, when one or more of these elements are missing, the electricity supply to the network is reduced, forcing recourse to fossil fuels. What if we relied on batteries to help us increase the share of electricity generated from renewable energies in the electricity mix of our territories?

find out more about large-scale stationary energy storage

When connected to each other, the batteries modulate the frequency of the grid in real time, ensuring that as much low-carbon electricity as possible is captured as soon as it is produced from intermittent renewable energy sources. Discover some of the solutions developed by Mobilize and its partners.

a new stage for the batteries of our electric vehicles

Discover the potential of stationary energy storage with Roch Drozdowski-Strehl and Yasmine Assef, interviewed by Usbek & Rica.
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renewable energy on a European scale

Three large-scale ‘Advanced Battery Storage’ sites have been established since the launch in 2018. The first is in Douai, in northern France, the second is in Elverlingsten, Germany, and the third is at the Refactory in Flins, near Paris. The energy transition will be European or not!
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green electricity for
5,000 homes: challenge accepted

This first key figure demonstrates the potential of the major sustainable technology project known as “Advanced Battery Storage”. Other key figures are provided in this infographic!
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