HPS Home Power Solutions to present the latest developments on the picea hydrogen-based home storage system
- Greentech Festival, 16-18 June, Berlin
- Responsible Innovation Day, 23 June, online conference
- PV Magazine webinar, 24 June
Berlin, 15 June 2021 - HPS Home Power Solutions GmbH (HPS), provider of picea, the world's first home solar-hydrogen power plant for grid-independent and carbon-free electricity supply, today announced its participation in several information events.
"A lot has happened at HPS since the beginning of the year," said Zeyad Abul-Ella, Managing Director and founder of HPS Home Power Solutions GmbH. "Together with Zollner Elektronik AG, based in Bavaria, we launched production of our picea home storage system. Around 80 systems have been sold since then, with half of them already installed at our customers' sites. HPS also welcomed EIT InnoEnergy, one of the most important European climate tech investors, as a shareholder. Berlin-based Energieinsel collaborates with us in marketing picea while Wohnwerke, a developer and planner from Southern Germany, is our partner for equipping homes with the picea system. The hydrogen strategies of the German federal government and the European Union provide an important framework for independent and carbon-free energy supply, including in the home sector. I am therefore pleased to be available both online and in person to share the latest developments at HPS and to answer questions from prospective and existing customers and business partners at various events over the next ten days."
Date: 16-18 June 2021
Venue: Kraftwerk Berlin (Köpernicker Straße 59-73)
HPS booth: D01 (on the intermediate level at Kraftwerk Berlin)
Live stream exhibition interview with Zeyad Abul-Ella: 18 June, 1:30-1:40 pm
Launched by Formula 1 world champion Nico Rosberg, the Greentech Festival is a three-day event focusing on the latest technologies for a sustainable lifestyle. Using the hashtag #celebratechange, Greentech Festival brings together people, organizations and companies from all over the world at Kraftwerk Berlin and Herresbäckerei to discuss and promote ways out of the climate crisis. The festival offers a space for sharing ideas and inspiration and forms a global platform under the same name. The Greentech Festival not just wants to get as many people as possible excited about green technologies and ideas for a sustainable life, but aims to encourage them to take action themselves. For more information about the exhibition and conference go to: https://greentechfestival.com/
Responsible Innovation Day
Date: 23 June 2021
Venue: Online conference
Short pitch on "Using solar hydrogen for year-round carbon-free home power supply" by Zeyad Abul-Ella, between 10:40 and 11:10 am
Initiated in collaboration with the University of Hohenheim, Responsible Innovation Day aims to present new insights in exciting keynotes, experience best practice, and present a platform for discussing responsible innovation together with renowned innovators, especially from the fields of nutrition, energy, finance, lifestyle, medical technology and transport. Based on the principle of community learning, this day provides an opportunity to boost "Sustainable/Responsible Innovation", build meaningful networks, gain experience and share it with others. At the event, participants can showcase their innovation in brief presentations and discuss it with others as sparring partners. For more information go to: https://www.tripl3leader.de/de/termin-details/responsible-innovation-day.html
PV Magazine webinar: "Energy pioneers wanted! Green hydrogen in the home"
Date: 24 June 2021, 3:00 - 4:00 pm
After serving as an initiative partner to PV Magazine's online event last year, in his current webinar Zeyad Abul-Ella will show in detail how the picea home storage system works together with a heat pump, generating not just electricity but utilizing waste heat as well. Using a practical example, he will explain what level of self-sufficiency is possible and how power supply becomes more secure as grids become less stable. The founder of HPS will also dispel the rumors and myths about hydrogen storage and use and illustrate the safety of picea. For more information about the webinar go to: http://www.pv-magazine.de/webinare/energiepioniere-gesucht-gruener-wasserstoff-im-eigenheim/
picea is the world's first hydrogen-based electricity storage system for one and two-family houses. The energy surpluses achieved on sunny days from a photovoltaic system are stored as green hydrogen to make electricity and heat available in the dark season. picea provides year-round, carbon-free full power supply and also reduces heating costs. One picea system avoids approx. 3 tons of carbon dioxide per year, binding as much carbon dioxide as 130 mature spruce trees. HPS started delivering the first picea systems in 2019. With contract manufacturing having started in 2020, larger quantities are being produced and become available for delivery in 2021. picea has won several prestigious awards, most recently the Handelsblatt Energy Award 2021.
About HPS Home Power Solutions
HPS develops and produces integrated systems for the storage and use of solar energy for one- and two-family houses. The Berlin-based company was founded in 2014 by Zeyad Abul-Ella and Dr. Henrik Colell and stands for reliability, independence and sustainability in decentralized energy supply. picea, developed by HPS, is the first system worldwide that combines electricity storage, heating support and residential ventilation in one compact product. For more information, please visit: http://www.homepowersolutions.de/en
Contact HPS Home Power Solutions GmbH:
Melanie Glitz (Marketing Manager)
Tel.: +49 30 235914 701
Email: [email protected]
MC Services AG
Tel.: +49 89 210 288 0
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