Power technologies debuted by Eneria

Exhibiting on the stand of parent company Monnoyeur, power generation specialist Eneria will demonstrate at Intermat three of the technologies it is selling to help the construction industry decarbonise.

The Cat XES60 is a battery energy storage system (BESS) with a 45kVA maximum output and using a 56.8kWh lithium ion battery. The battery has a typical charging time of 3 hours. The unit is designed to work alongside traditional diesel gensets to provide a hybrid solution.

Eneria’s 100kVA hydrogen fuel cell generator, the GEH2, was co-developed with EODev. (Photo: Eneria)

Also innovative will be the hydrogen fuel cell powered GEH2 generator, developed with design partner EODev and produced at Eneria’s workshop in Montlhéry near Paris.

The set, which is powered by hydrogen stored separately from the unit, offers up to 100kVA of power.

The third product is the Cat XQP200 rental generator set, which is powered by a Stage V engine and provides 200kVA of power.

It is designed with rental applications in mind, incorporating forklift pockets for transport, a robust skid plate, and a single lift point.


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Lewis Tyler
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