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    Building and District energy harvesting system

    The EnergyHub converter, the heart of the EnergyHub system, is a unique invention. It has built-in features comparable to those of a router in a local data network. Instead of data, it regulates energy flows and gives you control over how energy flows between the DC grid and your local grid, which is connected to the national grid.

    EnergyHub makes it possible to connect solar cells and batteries in a local DC grid, and controls energy between the different parts of it, regulating when energy is to be converted to and from AC. It acts as a bridge between these two grids and controls, balances and optimises flows automatically according to your needs.

    EnergyHub replaces the traditional inverter for solar electricity and also replaces the battery converter. It is thanks to this unique two-way function that solar cells and batteries can operate all year round. In the summer, when you get a lot of solar production, most goes directly to AC, and in the winter when you need the battery, to protect the main fuse or lower your grid charge.
    The EnergyHub converter is both the brain and the executor at the same time.


FerroAmp EnergyHubs

The EnergyHub adapts capacity as required, even if your system needs to be adapted over time with more solar electricity, more batteries or one of the new functions we develop. An EnergyHub system makes you future-proof. The system connects all solar cells and batteries in a DC grid and adapt the conversion capacity to meet your needs with one or more EnergyHub modules. This allows you to adapt the system to suit a house, an apartment block, agricultural premises, commercial properties or industrial premises.



Advanced energyflow control algorithms

ACE – Adaptive Current Equalisation, enables more efficient utilisation of a property’s grid connection. EnergyHub transfers energy between phase transmission lines to increase the space between the capacity of the main fuse and loads in the building. This extra capacity can either be used to reduce the size of your main fuse or to increase the electrical load, for example, by installing more efficient and faster chargers for electric vehicles.

PowerShare makes it possible to share energy and power resources between several properties via a local DC grid. Sharing the “best sunroofs” allows you to increase your own use of energy produced, distribute the benefits of an energy storage solution between several buildings and gain control over power consumption in the connected buildings.

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