a+f successful at the Intersolar 2010
Bielefeld. At the Intersolar in Munich, which ended on Friday, a+f GmbH, a company of the GILDEMEISTER group, registered a record attendance. In total, 1,352 trade visitors (+110%) gathered information on trend-setting innovations in the field of “Energy Solutions” at the a+f booth. Important for the after trade business are the 286 new quotes; among those again precise major projects.
Over 754 square metres, a+f GmbH displayed integrated solutions in the field of “Energy Solutions” under the slogan "Intelligent Technology – Cleaner Future“. As a world premiere, the large battery “cellcube“ – the energy storage of the future – was presented, which was a public draw. This powerful, long-lasting and maintenance-free vanadium redox flow battery guarantees uninterrupted power supply. A further highlight was the new “SunCarrier 120“, which has been specially designed to a height of 4.30 metres for those countries with building height restrictions. This 120 square metres big solar tracking system generates up to 24 kWp of power and perfectly adds to the “SunCarrier” series as the smallest system with its special features.
With the future orientated large batteries the GILDEMEISTER subsidiary a+f rounds off the growing field of “Energy Solutions”.
The Executive Board
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