Highly potential conversations await you at the EES Europe

Siqens Ecoport 800 als saubere sichere nachhaltige Off-grid Stromquelle.

Building on the success and great responses during the Intersolar Europe 2017, SIQENS will again be represented with its own stand at this year’s EES Europe as part of The Smarter E Europe.

We are looking forward to interesting exchanges and new projects with partners from telecommunications, transport & infrastructure, security, construction or metrology. This year we will also be giving insights into the potentials for e-mobility. Our technology is ideally suited as a mobile energy solution for commercial and delivery vehicles to relieve the battery and increase the range.

 

If you…
… are active in the off-grid sector,
… have had enough from diesel generators,
… are looking for a clean, silent energy solution,
… and want to switch to methanol as a globally available fuel,

… we should definitely get in touch and find out how we can make your applications cleaner, safer and quieter. You will find us in hall B1 at booth 453.

The Smarter E Europe brings together a large number of different manufacturers and products at the Munich exhibition grounds; energy storage technologies, photovoltaics, decentralised combined heat and power and e-mobility, to name just a few.

Contact: presse@siqens.de

SIQENS is invited to the Cleantech Capital Day

Siqens Methanol BrennstoffzelleThe Cleantech Capital Day from 22 – 23 May 2018 in Malmö, Sweden is coming up. More than 200 experts from industry and capital investment, public institutions and the most innovative start-ups will meet here to identify and develop investment potentials in sustainable technologies. Just the thing for SIQENS. For Thomas Esser, Director Investor Relations & Partnering, the most promising topic is integration of renewable energies into energy systems and marketsAlthough SIQENS is not a Scandinavian company, the organisers were most impressed by our approach to replace diesel generators with a cheaper, cleaner and quieter power source. SIQENS is invited to present our patented methanol fuel cell and its potential for the Scandinavian off-grid markets – both stationary and mobile – in Malmö.

With such an appreciative invitation, we naturally seize the opportunity to talk to interesting partners and investors.

The event is part of Cleantech Scandinavia and is additionally supported by the EU Commission and Mission Innovation this year.

The topics are:

  • Climate Finance & Solvers – Business model and investment trends in clean energy
  • The battery and the hydrogen economy – Where to invest?
  • Smart Cities as innovation and investment drivers
  • Sustainable materials for the future
  • Integration of renewable energies into energy systems and markets
  • Digitisation of energy: key factor for the new market design

Closing the energy gap with convincing technology: the Ecoport 800 fuel cell

Siqens Methanol Brennstoffzelle

Siqens has completed two years of challenging work within the framework of the EU Horizon 2020 funding programme.

In 2015, Siqens, together with Danish Power Systems, successfully applied for the SME Instrument of the EU’s Research and Innovation Programme to further develop our innovative high temperature methanol fuel cell. Now, two years and many tough challenges later, Siqens can show the substantial results:

Business development and marketing activities focus on B2B system integrators for industrial off-grid applications, such as telecommunications, wind power and surveillance, and e-mobility.

Technological advances have reduced the cost substantially making the system easier and cheaper to produce. Product variations will be able to address additional markets.

A methanol infrastructure is in place to provide a secure and sufficient access to methanol as the key fuel source thereby building trust and confidence with partners and customers.

Prototype and on-site testing lead to new insights and technological improvements as well as convincing the testing partners of the validity and potential of the Ecoport system.

All of the advantages achieved during the SME project enable Siqens to provide an environmentally-friendly and cost-efficient technology to close the power supply gaps in PV / wind energy and to provide extra energy for electrified cars and utility vehicles. The considerable interest in the technology is clearly visible and is the best evidence for Siqens’ technology and business orientation.

For more information, contact: presse@siqens.de

Siqens is presenting the ECOPORT at the Intertraffic Amsterdam trade fair

Safe traffic management is becoming ever more important with the steadily increasing number of vehicles and the resulting volume of traffic. The reliable power supply of traffic light systems, gantries, and building site safety devices is therefore critical to ensure traffic continues to flow. Hybrid backup systems are in demand like never before, and SIQENS’ fuel cells are the ideal solution.

Find out how our ECOPORT methanol fuel cell works and how it supports traffic management systems as a mobile, self-sufficient power source on March 20 – 23, 2018 at the Intertraffic Amsterdam trade fair.  With over 30,000 visitors, it is the world’s largest trade fair for mobility solutions in the smart mobility, infrastructure, traffic management, safety, and parking segments.

Visit SIQENS at booth 09.300 in the ITSUP innovation hall. We are looking forward to your visit, and to inspiring conversations!

Siqens presents at the Cleantech Innovate 2018

Cleantech InnovateOur vision to replace diesel generators with a clean, affordable and maintenance-free power source got Siqens a place among the 2018 finalists.

Cleantech Innovate provides developers with a golden chance to put their solutions in the limelight for potential funding. Investors hear 36 pitches from the most promising environmental businesses and get the market intelligence required to achieve game-changing outcomes from their investments.

Thomas Esser, Investor Relations Manager at Siqens, will present the company and energy solution during the Cleantech Innovate 2018 event in London on March 20th.

Contact: presse@siqens.de

 

Off-grid but always vigilant – even chasing criminals needs energy!

GPEC 2018At the GPEC 2018 in Frankfurt a. M., the leading trade fair for police equipment, we will show how the Ecoport 800 provides inconspicuous and safe energy for covert police and security services. We are looking forward to three exciting days on a “Secret Mission”.

As the leading trade fair for all material and equipment areas, GPEC offers a comprehensive product range of state-of-the-art equipment and future technology for the target groups of police, border guards, customs and financial authorities, law enforcement, state information and security services as well as special forces, military police and infantry.

Contact: presse@siqens.de

Ecoport 800 saves up to 80 % in fuel costs compared to the competition

Our expectations were completely exceeded by the pre-production tests. Each test confirmed a methanol consumption of only 0.6 l per kWh. Fuel consumption was at least 35% lower compared to other fuel cells. Ecoport 800 is the most efficient of its kind.

It is operated with untreated, commercially available, technical methanol. With so-called IBCs (m³- containers) self-sufficient operation of more than 3.000h can be achieved. The consequence: Ecoport 800 will operate continuously for 24 hours a day for four months without any maintenance. This has a direct impact on maintenance costs.

In Germany, an IBC filled with methanol is available for about 90 ct./l. Therefore, Ecoport 800 produces one kWh of electrical energy for only 55 ct. This means about 80% lower fuel costs than comparable products making Siqens the technology leader in methanol fuel cells.

Clean power for your construction site with Siqens fuel cell

In a field test system at a construction company, we were able to prove that the fuel cell, combined with batteries, can deliver quiet and clean on-site power.

At the beginning of April 2016, Siqens installed a field test system at a construction company in Munich, which has now been in operation for more than 400 hours.

 

 

The system consists of three boxes: one for batteries and inverters, one for methanol fuel and one for the fuel cell. This makes it possible to provide quiet and clean electricity on construction sites. This allows construction companies to expand their scope of application, as they can also work at night, in residential areas or in tunnels.

Ecoport 800 increases the availability of solar and wind power facilities to 100%

Our expectations were completely exceeded by the pre-production tests. Each test confirmed a methanol consumption of only 0.6 l per kWh. Fuel consumption was at least 35% lower compared to other fuel cells. Ecoport 800 is the most efficient of its kind.

It is operated with untreated, commercially available, technical methanol. With so-called IBCs (m³- containers) self-sufficient operation of more than 3.000h can be achieved. The consequence: Ecoport 800 will operate continuously for 24 hours a day for four months without any maintenance. This has a direct impact on maintenance costs.

In Germany, an IBC filled with methanol is available for about 90 ct./l. Therefore, Ecoport 800 produces one kWh of electrical energy for only 55 ct. This means about 80% lower fuel costs than comparable products making Siqens the technology leader in methanol fuel cells.

Paris, London, Munich: Siqens in the Startup Guide

Never before has the enthusiasm and the courage to start a company and transform ideas into innovative products and business models been so great. Europe’s metropolitan areas are host to start-up incubators with a variety of different specializations. One thing they all have in common – they are highly dynamic, creative and inventive.

The Start-up Guide is the handbook for founders, investors and entrepreneurs, and offers insights into the start-up incubators in major European cities.

Siqens, of course, is part of the Munich edition alongside other first-class Start-up’s.

It was published on September 25, 2017.

www.startupguide.world