Power Electronics develops the largest self-consumption project with batteries in Spain

The multinational Power Electronics is finalizing an ambitious project to convert its headquarters in Lliria (Valencia) into a pioneering model of clean and self-sufficient energy management with the aim of closing its production cycle and generating renewable energy through renewable energy.

Power Electronics develops the largest self-consumption project with batteries in Spain

The multinational Power Electronics is finalizing an ambitious project to convert its headquarters in Lliria (Valencia) into a pioneering model of clean and self-sufficient energy management with the aim of closing its production cycle and generating renewable energy through renewable energy.

The company, a world leader in the manufacture of solar inverters and energy storage, aims to produce energy locally and promote new, more efficient energy models by installing large-scale storage based on lithium-ion batteries, while optimizing global performance. of the installation.

With this project, Power Electronics will not only have a positive impact on the optimization of production processes, but also accelerate the sustainable future of the industry, being a pioneer and an example in innovation and sustainability for the rest of the industries.

For David Salvo, CEO of Power Electronics, this represents a great advance towards the energy transition, "the arrival of self-consumption in the industry represents a before and after in the fight against climate change, since the involvement and responsibility of companies in this material is essential to become neutral in carbon emissions in the coming years".

In addition, Salvo highlights the importance of generating a social impact on workers and families on energy sustainability and, of course, becoming a benchmark for other companies in terms of the environment and corporate social responsibility.

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