Category Archives: PRETTL Group

REFU launches new 100kW string inverter at WFES in Abu Dhabi

As a prelude to an exciting 2018, REFU will launch its entirely new 100kW string inverter at the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) in Abu Dhabi (January 15th-19th) You will find REFU as part of the German Pavilion, booth number 7134.


The new REFUsol 100K is the logical continuation of the proven REFUsol 8-23K and REFUsol 40/46 K string inverter ranges. It can be connected to any grid voltage between 380 and 480 VAC offering maximum power between 83 and 100 kVA. The device underlines REFU remaining true to its global approach offering maximum compatibility, flexible installation and easy serviceability.
The REFUsol 100K consists of two parts – the power unit and the ConnectionBox offering flexible installation options. The ConnectionBox can be mounted in a vertical or horizontal position as required by the site conditions. It is available in two variants – with either fused direct string connections for distributed designs, or for a centralized designs with a single DC input. Thanks to the bisection of the device, the ConnectionBox can be installed and connected on site, while the power unit can be added shortly before commissioning to optimize your investment. If necessary it can be quickly detached from the ConnectionBox for trouble shooting and measurements.
The REFUsol 100K inverter is commissioned easily via app (available for iOS and Android) which connects seamlessly with Bluetooth® to the inverter. The integrated, fail-safe Ethernet daisy chain (alternatively RS485) allows cost efficient high-speed monitoring without special accessories. Each inverter is individually connected to REFUlog for professional monitoring, configuration and remote firmware updates.
“The new 100kW inverter continues our rich tradition of technology leadership and innovation. It underlines our aspiration to develop the right solutions for our customer’s demands combining maximum performance, simplicity and flexibility.” states Ralf Betkerowitz, CEO of REFU Elektronik GmbH.
Zouhair Kefi, Senior Vice President Segment Solar, Energy and Hybrid at REFU, adds: “We are excited to launch the next generation of our string inverter range, and this is not yet the end.  We might have been too early for the solar market when launching the industry’s first 1,500 V as early as 2011, but we build on this knowledge and experiences for our new REFUsol 125kW/1,500V inverter that will round off our portfolio by the end of the year.”

Imagematerial is available for download here

REFUsol 100K front view

REFUsol 100K side view

REFUsol 100K perspective

 

The integration of refugees – Endress gives the chance of a better future

 

  • Endress Elektrogerätebau takes responsibility and promotes the local refugee integration support
  • Swabian producer of generators employs refugee from Syria and supports the diversity within the company

 

Bempflingen – With only about 7.000 working asylum seekers throughout Germany it becomes apparent, that the integration process of refugees does not run by itself. The challenges for employing companies concist mainly of missing language skills and also often lower skill levels, because the completed apprenticeships can´t be accepted in Germany.

One reason more for Christian Weissinger, director of Endress Elektrogerätebau in Bempflingen, to not only take the economical interest into account when looking for new workers, but to also emphasize the social responsibility.

After a 2-month internship at Endress, the 31 year old Alhasan Fahed from Aleppo started his work as an employed colleague on a regular basis in the electrical department for casing assembly  on September 1st. The young Syrian had already worked as an electrical engineer for high-voltage lines for six years in his home country before coming to Germany around one and a half years ago. Because his completed apprenticeship could not be accepted in Germany, he succesfully took a German course, which he already completed successfully with the certified B1-level. With the help of his school he then looked for a workplace or the possibility of an apprenticeshop to integrate himself fast and successful.

„My work at Endress Elektrogerätebau gives me great pleasure, because my colleagues are also very nice and cooperative.“, says Alhasan Fahed, „For my future I am hoping to find a training place to be an electrical engineer in Germany. I am sure that, due to my experience in Syria, I can also be successful in this job in Germany.“

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Photo credit: Endress Elektrogerätebau GmbH

 

You can download the press release as a PDF-File here.

 

About ENDRESS Elektrogerätebau GmbH

With production and development in Germany, ENDRESS has been delivering real power to international markets since 1914. The Bempflingen-based company is a leading manufacturer of mobile and stationary generators. In its product ranges, technical performance, ambitious ongoing development and a passion for quality are channelled into mature, sophisticated solutions whose user-friendliness proves itself day after day.

Cooperating with within the PRETTL group, inter alia, REFU Elektronik, ENDRESS provides the full value chain in the energy space to find the optimum in your applications. From Gensets to Power Electronics with Powervoltaics and storage inverters – upon request everything from a single source.

 

Press contact

Sarah Wurth                                                                                   Marcel Aßmann

Assistant Global Media &                                                            Product Management 
Corporate Communications                                                      Endress Elektrogerätebau GmbH

Tel.: +49 (0)7121 707 141                                                          Tel.: +49 (0) 7123 9737 34
Mob.: +49 (0) 171 4249073                                                        Mob.: +49 (0) 151 440 492 67
sarah.wurth@prettl.com                                                             marcel.assmann@endress-stromerzeuger.de

 

  

REFUcube wins Solar+Power Award 2017 in the Solar PV BOS Category

REFUcube, the centralized string inverter solution in an ISO container, was announced winner of the Solar+Power Award 2017 in the Solar PV BOS Category during the official award ceremony on September 26th in Amsterdam, Netherlands. According to Angel Business Communications, the producer of Solar + Power Awards, the Solar PV BOS Award recognizes the contributions of non-panel devices and systems to improve operational efficiency, ensure long-term satisfaction and support changing needs.


REFUcube is available in four power classes – 1, 1.6, 2 and 3 MVA and comes in a 20 ft. (for 1 MVA) or 40 ft. container (1.6-3MVA). This centralized string solution includes REFUsol string inverters, MV/LV transformer, MV switchgear, LV switch board, DC connection panel, auxiliary transformer and auxiliary switchboard as well as grid protection relays. All components (DC, AC, and communications) are pre-wired and tested to ensure seamless installation and commissioning.  REFUcube was first launched at Intersolar Europe 2017 in Munich and combines the advantages of central and string inverters while minimizing the respective risks.

Judges commented on REFUcube that it “simplifies and standardizes the development of renewable energy commercial-scale utility plants by combining the benefits of string and central converters into one shipping container.” These benefits were acknowledged by the industry professionals voting for their favorite product and making REFUcube the award winner.

“We are happy to see that industry professionals recognized REFUcube for its innovative, simple and effective approach to addressing our customers` challenges”, says Mr. Zouhair Kefi, Senior Vice President Business Segment Energy, PV, Hybrid at REFU Elektronik GmbH. “We expect REFUcube to be beneficial for both experienced and inexperienced solar plant designers worldwide as it reduces effort as well as risk in the development of solar plants”, adds Mr. Henner Funk, Director Technical Sales at REFU Elektronik GmbH.

REFUcube is configurable for projects in virtually every region of the world – local content requirements can be realized for various countries upon request.


The image material is available for download here.

REFUcube Floorplan

REFUcube Rendering

Diversity: A Contribution To Commercial Success – Expert interview with Michael Stuber

 

Mr. Stuber, when ‘Diversity’ is mentioned, many people primarily think about having more women in management positions. But that's not really the right way to see it, is it?

Whether rightly or wrongly, the perception is understandable. We have, over the years, regularly analyzed the Annual Reports of large corporations. The results show that the focus on gender has remained practically unchanged over the past twenty years. However, the breadth of topics covered has indeed developed, as has dealing with all aspects of diversity.

Initially, gender was an obvious priority, partially because the concept of equal opportunity already existed. Diversity became a broad-platform approach in the 1990s. The aim was to work on multiple aspects of diversity at the same time, in a synergistic way. The thought behind it was simple and ingenious: The challenges in handling differences in gender, age, culture or religion are similar, so they can be dealt with in a consistent way. I call this approach the ‘propelling performance principle’.

The great thing about it is that people rediscover themselves in this concept, because it is all about recognizing individuality. Everyone has a gender, an – ever changing – age, a cultural background, etc. Our work-related diversity, such as collaboration skills, or language skills, mobility or creativity can be more directly linked with business objectives such as productivity or customer focus. That’s important for at the end of the day, in a corporate environment everything has to be aligned with the business.

This coherent and holistic approach to Diversity fell apart when political decisions led to a single-sided focus on women in management a few years ago. Since then, it has been more difficult to convey diversity in a comprehensive, and hence credible way, and to get support for it. Many companies actually exceed the legal requirements when it comes to gender employment ratios. Actually, half of Europe’s top 50 companies cover five or more aspects of diversity, saying clearly: diversity is more than gender.

 

Does that mean that companies don't only involve themselves with diversity because of political regulations? What are the commercial reasons, then?

Our analyses show that there are three distinct business reasons: Firstly, it makes strategic sense. That's because, in an age of globalized business models and rapid change, companies need concepts that promote collaboration and innovation amongst diverse groups of people. Secondly, there is the operational necessity. That's because customers and candidates expect companies to welcome diversity and offer an open, flexible work environment.

Thirdly and finally, there is commercial viability: Companies are increasingly finding, that they cannot afford not to fully utilize existing diversity. Amazingly, that still used to be the case. Our marketing analyses, for example, reveal a clear waste of potential sales due to one-sided advertising. There are also many examples of failures caused by a lack of diverse perspectives in decision-making processes. Diversity also increases individual productivity. That's because we work better, engage more, and work harder, if we feel valued and respected.

 

That sounds like some kind of magical means of production – in fact, a panacea for the economy: is diversity really as simple as that?

Yes and no. Our evidence-based ‘propelling performance principle’ describes the value creation process of diversity and inclusion: according to that model, it takes more than simply deliberately recognizing differences, it is also necessary to be consciously open-minded and to acknowledge the potential of different talent and perspectives. As in so many situations, goodwill alone is not enough. Creating value from diversity also requires involvement. That is true both for processes, which must be equally fair, and work equally effectively, for everyone involved, as well as for people’s behavior. What is involved here is collaboration and leveraging individual strengths for joint success.

To sum up, we have to say: Diversity is neither an end in itself nor a silver bullet for success. Since everyone finds it easier to work with people like us and ignore others, we must overcome our lazy human attitude and break the mold.

 

Which objectives can a company like ours set, to justify this effort?

First and foremost, companies must be clear about the contributions diversity can make to their business – for the company as a whole, and also for its parts. These commercial considerations should then lead to the setting of objectives for diversity. Having more women in management positions can be an indicator that the HR processes and the corporate culture take better account of the available talent pool than before. But having them as an end in itself makes little commercial sense.

Objectives should also be defined for the corporate culture or the company's image, for example, how its customers perceive it. Striving to win awards or prizes can be also be meaningful objectives, as has been shown in other contexts.

 

Can one of the aims of diversity be to create understanding of difference and break down stereotypes? And how would one work to achieve such an objective?

Understanding difference and breaking down stereotypes are core issues when it comes to diversity. They are used to strengthen employee motivation and engagement, increase team performance, and improve the utilization of talent.

In practical terms, this is a Herculean, or Sisyphean, task. It's Herculean because many of our most strongly-held views and opinions were formed many years ago, and companies find it difficult – even if it's only workplace related – to question some of their established values and assumptions that also formed and fostered in the family and social environment. Hence, everyone brings their perceptions of gender roles and cultural dynamics perspectives to the workplace, where they can act as a barrier.

Diversity is also a Sisyphean task, because progress made with great effort can be undone in a moment by unexpected and mostly unwanted events. We can see that happening currently with regard to the integration of minorities in society. Society's view of migrants had improved over the years. Studies showed that migration improved the prosperity of the indigenous population and was a necessity for industrial nations. And yet: since the subject of migrants has been taken up for political purposes, doubt, prejudice and even attacks have increased drastically. Against other minorities too, by the way.

 

And what progress are we making with gender equality? Is this also under threat?

The majority of indicators show that gender equality is on the right track. However, we are far from fully utilizing the huge potential of well-educated young women. Even if they generally do not realize this while they are young. But then, in the rush-hour of life they encounter the same effects as their mothers did: when they become parents, they agree with the father that HE will continue in full-time employment, particularly as companies are much less willing to support the careers of employees who work part time. And here, we can observe a rarely noticed phenomenon in the allegedly hip, Generation Y: it includes several sub-groups some of which have traditional views, which do not promote gender equality.

 

What can Prettl do to promote diversity?

As already said, it is smart for every company to identify the contribution that diversity makes to its commercial success and recognize that first of all. This usually creates the basis for a range of strategies, which should be implemented in a well-coordinated framework, and not as a series of stand-alone initiatives:

  • Increase awareness of difference in many everyday situations, for example, through regular communication and interactions
  • Make adjustments in Human Resources, marketing and sales
  • Form business relations with external partners that expands the current talent pool
  • Continuously work with senior management, who promote diversity awareness through their behavior, give a sense of direction, define expectations and are default role models.

All of this must be carried out on the basis of high standards for openness, meritocratic performance management and fair, transparent processes. In this respect, moments of truth – situations in which you have to practice what you preach– are particularly important: How does the company or a manager react if a customer or employee does something that goes against diversity? If the company gives in, because that person is ‘an important customer’ or ‘a valued employee’, then the diversity house of cards collapses. It is necessary to demonstrate the right attitude, take a stand, adopt an attitude and lead by example. To that end, Diversity is no different from other leadership missions.

 

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Michael Stuber is known as a pioneer regarding the topic "diversity" in Germany and at European level. Learn more about him and his work under http://de.diversitymine.eu/

 

REFU presents solutions for commercial rooftops at SPI in Las Vegas

Pfullingen/Fort Collins – REFU will showcase flexible rooftop solutions with rapid shut down compliance as well as DC-coupled storage solution at Solar Power International (SPI) in Las Vegas. It is being held from 10th to 13th September 2017. You will find REFU in Exhibit Hall, booth number 4809.


The REFUsol 24K-UL and 48K-UL string inverter presented at the show are especially suited for commercial rooftop systems convincing with installation simplicity and best in class performance. With different positioning options, the devices offer great design flexibility and help customers overcome headwinds in the commercial rooftop market. The devices are passively cooled and therefore virtually maintenance-free and have an impressively long lifetime. When combined with the MidNite Solar SOB (Shut-off Box), customers can easily deploy a code compliant and proven rooftop solution without sacrificing cost competiveness. The string inverter range will be extended in 2018 with a 100kW string inverter for 1,000VDC as well as 125 kW/ 1,500VDC device.
“Since our inception in 1965, REFU has always been at the bleeding edge of technology. We have been for example the first to introduce 1500V inverter as early as 2011”, states Ken Christensen, Managing Director of REFU Inc. “Our latest solutions for commercial rooftops and our future products are no exception. We think customers are going to be thrilled, and we are eager to forge deeper partnerships with our clients”.
REFU will also highlight a joint REFU-Ampt solution for DC-coupled storage systems. The highly scalable solution delivers system cost and performance advantages to customers seeking to capitalize on new revenue streams and value propositions opened up by energy storage, including PV self-consumption, demand charge reduction/peak-shaving or time-of-use energy cost management. The solution enables the addition of storage to already planned or installed systems without changing the AC characteristics of the PV system, and is 100% ITC eligible.
“We are happy to underline with this solution once again our focus on addressing customers' challenges with simple and effective solutions”, says Mr. Ralf Betkerowitz, CEO of REFU Elektronik GmbH.

The image material is available for download here.

REFUsol 24K-UL

REFUsol 48K-UL

The new Endress Rental Line RS – universal and varied usability

 

  • The solution for your high demands: The new Endress Rental Line
  • Generators with optimally adjusted engines from Yanmar and John Deere

 

Bempflingen – Builders who need power from various pieces of equipment, event organisers who need quiet but powerful generators, communities in need of temporary backup power solutions, or project managers looking for resilient but environmentally compatible performance – chances are you have many different needs. But one solution fits the bill every time: the Endress Rental Line. With models in the range from 20 to 225 kVA, users profit from the established Endress know how and the well adjusted set-up of the engines to the respective performance requirement.

 

In the power range from 20-50 kVA, Endress counts on the Yanmar 4 cylinder industrial engines, which guarantee perfect manufacturer support and fast parts supply. When it comes to the generators from 67-225 kVA, engines from the worldwide known brand John Deere are installed. They stand out with their high reliability, an easy maintenance and small service intervals – not until 500 operating hours. 

Furthermore, the generators of the Rental Line RS have, besides the merchantable options, which are included in the standard equipment, inter alia an especially soundproof and additionally galvanized cover for corrosion protection, engines with the exhaust level of stage 3A, electronically controlled and brushless 4-pole MeccAlte synchronous generators, a large steel tank, which, depending on the model, guarantees operating times between 24-50 hours, and also a base frame with continuous fork-lift plates for a simplified transport.

 

As of today, the Rental Line is also available with the patented Endress Hybrid System powered by PRETTL energy with a power range from 20-50 kVA. Due to the battery cells, 1-phase consumers can temporarily even be supplied without any engine output. This system not only provides the advantage of saving up to 30% of fuel, it also reduces the maintenance costs up to 50%, increases the service life and additionally expands the range of application of the generator due to a reduction of noise and pollutants.

 

Photo material:
Picture 1: Rental_family.png
Photo credit: Endress Elektrogerätebau GmbH

 

About ENDRESS Elektrogerätebau GmbH

With production and development in Germany, ENDRESS has been delivering real power to international markets since 1914. The Bempflingen-based company is a leading manufacturer of mobile and stationary generators. In its product ranges, technical performance, ambitious ongoing development and a passion for quality are channelled into mature, sophisticated solutions whose user-friendliness proves itself day after day.

Cooperating with within the PRETTL group, inter alia, REFU Elektronik, ENDRESS provides the full value chain in the energy space to find the optimum in your applications. From Gensets to Power Electronics with Powervoltaics and storage inverters – upon request everything from a single source.

 

Here you can download the press release as a PDF-file.

 

Press contact

Sarah Wurth                                                                                 Marcel Aßmann

Assistant Global Media &                                                          Product Management 
Corporate Communications                                                     Endress Elektrogerätebau GmbH

Tel.: +49 (0)7121 707 141                                                         Tel.: +49 (0) 7123 9737 34
Mob.: +49 (0) 171 4249073                                                       Mob.: +49 (0) 151 440 492 67
sarah.wurth@prettl.com                                                            marcel.assmann@endress-stromerzeuger.de  

Steffen Thierfelder new director of the Prettl Pro GmbH

 

  • Since April 1st, Steffen Thierfelder (35) is responsible for the Prettl Pro GmbH in Pfullingen

 

Pfullingen – The newly founded Prettl Pro GmbH is involved with the organized set up of sales offices in European countries with the highest potential and the most important future markets worldwide. Tapping into these new markets is initiated from the head offices in Pfullingen, Germany, after thorough analysis. Thereby not only the companies of the der Prettl group are considered; the goal is to also help external companies with the task to be well positioned in the future.

 

 „For me the transition to Prettl Pro GmbH means a great change and a big chance to steer and expand the business development of Prettl internationally and to utilize the available potential in the future markets at the best and in a symbiotic way,“ says Thierfelder.

Steffen Thierfelder has extensive knowledge in the area of Marketing and Sales and already started his career during his studies of business administration as a retail business owner. Later on he expanded his knowledge as Marketing and Sales manager and  most recently he worked as managing director in the area of construction machinery and trading services before he now changed to the Prettl Pro GmbH.

 

Photo material:


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Photocredit: Prettl Pro GmbH

 

Here you can download the press release as a PDF-file.

 

Press contact:

Daniel Stuckert                                                                              

Global Head of Media &                                                             
Corporate Communications                                                     

Tel.: +49 (0)7121 707 171                                        
Mob.: +49 (0) 151 440 49 250                                               
daniel.stuckert@prettl.com

 

Endress – Always one step ahead

 

  • Since May, the new norm DIN 14685-3 is effective – Endress instantly ready for series production
  • Endress as the only manufacturer of generators with the new DIN-norm ready for series production on the RETTmobil fair in Fulda

 

Bempflingen –  From May 10th until May 12th, Endress exhibited at the RETTmobil 2017, the European Leading Exhibition for Rescue and Mobility, in Fulda.

Only one week earlier, the DIN 14658-3 „Generatorsatz mit Inverter ≤ 2 kVA“ (Generating set with inverter ≤ 2 kVA) was released, a new norm for portable generators in the field of Fire Fighting Services, that demands, inter alia, a high sound insulation and a power socket with the protecion class of IP67.

Out of 525 exhibitors from 20 different nations, the Swabian generator developer and manufacturer was the only one to already offer a portable generator with these requirements ready for series production, the ESE 2000i, also usable for parallel operating use, with a fuel level indicator and a lockable tank ventilation. Due to innovative technologies and the constant adjustment to the market, Endress has established itself as market leader since 1914.

 

Photo material:
Picture 1: Endress_rettmobil_2017

Picture 2: ESE 2000i_DIN 14685-3


Photo credit: Endress Elektrogerätebau GmbH

 

About ENDRESS Elektrogerätebau GmbH

With production and development in Germany, ENDRESS has been delivering real power to international markets since 1914. The Bempflingen-based company is a leading manufacturer of mobile and stationary generators. In its product ranges, technical performance, ambitious ongoing development and a passion for quality are channelled into mature, sophisticated solutions whose user-friendliness proves itself day after day.

Cooperating with within the PRETTL group, inter alia, REFU Elektronik, ENDRESS provides the full value chain in the energy space to find the optimum in your applications. From Gensets to Power Electronics with Powervoltaics and storage inverters – upon request everything from a single source.

 

Here you can download the press release as a PDF-file.

 

Press contact

Sarah Wurth                                                                                  Marcel Aßmann

Assistant Global Media &                                                            Product-Management
Corporate Communications                                                      Endress Elektrogerätebau GmbH

Tel.: +49 (0)7121 707 141                                                           Tel.: +49 (0) 7123 9737 34
Mob.: +49 (0) 171 4249073                                                        Mob.: +49 (0) 151 440 492 67
sarah.wurth@prettl.com                                                            marcel.assmann@endress-stromerzeuger.de  

 

Prandi Wirings s.r.l. is going to be part of the PAS group

 

  • The PAS Management Holding GmbH buys the Italian company Prandi

 

Neuruppin, April 25th 2017 – Since April 1st, the company Prandi Wirings s.r.l. belongs to the PAS group. With the acquisition of the company, which is located in Mesenzana (Varese), Italy, PAS expands its know how in the sector of the production of wire harnesses and strengthens its presence as well as the customer service in this field.

 

About the PAS group:

The PAS group is one of the internationally leading developers and manufacturers of operating and cable systems in the segment of „white goods“. With sites in Germany, Poland, Turkey, China, the USA, Mexico and now also Italy, the PAS is a worldwide operating group of companies, which implements customized system solutions for the household appliance industry.True to the motto: „From the idea to volume production“, the PAS group, as an international partner, offers a wide range of services to their customers. 

 

Photo material:
Picture 1: Prandi_IT
Photo credit: PAS Management Holding GmbH

 

Here you can download the press release as a PDF-file.

 

Press contact

Daniel Stuckert                                                                             Margaretha Ahlert

Head of Global Media &                                                              Marketing
Corporate Communications      

Prettl group                                                                                   PAS Deutschland GmbH

Tel.: +49 (0)7121 707 171                                                          Tel.: +49 (0) 3391 5968 – 6116
Mob.: +49 (0) 151 44049250                                                     Mob.: +49 (0) 151 440 492 67
daniel.stuckert@prettl.com                                                       margaretha.ahlert@pas-net.com

 

Innovation: The new multi-talent on the power generation market is coming from Bempflingen

 

  • The new generator ESE 1307 IT/TN from Endress Elektrogerätebau GmbH
  • Market leader equips mobile power generators with innovative technology

 

Bempflingen – „Ready for use at any time and energy despite a blackout!“ This is how the innovative ESE 1307 IT/TN with building feed of the company Endress could be described. The generator of the Swabian company is not only developed for mobile use. Endress is the only German manufacturer who offers the possibility to equip mobile DIN power generators with an IT/TN-switch – for building infeed for example during blackouts or even in disaster situations. With the innovative technology, the generator provides a mating connector for the building infeed where the conversion from generator to emergency power supply can be implemented by the user himself; fast and economic without external help.

For the wide range of applications and demands for the generator, there is invidual special equipment available for order, such as the ECOtronic system, which automatically regulates the rotation speed and with that the volume level of the engine according to the energy demands, and at the same time saves costs through the targeted consumption.

You can experience the ESE 1307 IT/TN in the new showroom Endress Elektrogerätebau in and receive further information directly from the BOS TEAM on site.

 

Photo material:
Picture 1: Bild_ESE_1307

Picture 2: ESE_1307_Produktbild
Photo credit: Endress Elektrogerätebau GmbH

 

About ENDRESS Elektrogerätebau GmbH

With production and development in Germany, ENDRESS has been delivering real power to

international markets since 1914. The Bempflingen-based company is a leading manufacturer of

mobile and stationary generators. In its product ranges, technical performance, ambitious ongoing

development and a passion for quality are channelled into mature, sophisticated solutions whose

user-friendliness proves itself day after day.

 

Cooperating with REFU Elektronik and KIRSCH within the PRETTL group, ENDRESS provides

the full value chain in the hybrid energy space to find the optimum in your applications. From Gensets to Power Electronics with Powervoltaics and storage inverters – upon request everything from a single source.

 

Here you can download the press release as a PDF-file.

 

Press contact

Sarah Wurth                                                                                  Marcel Aßmann

Assistant Global Media &                                                           Product-Management
Corporate Communications                                                      Endress Elektrogerätebau GmbH

Tel.: +49 (0)7121 707 141                                                          Tel.: +49 (0) 7123 9737 34
Mob.: +49 (0) 171 4249073                                                       Mob.: +49 (0) 151 440 492 67
sarah.wurth@prettl.com                                                            marcel.assmann@endress-stromerzeuger.de  

 

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