Trojan Battery, Co. will showcase the company’s new line of batteries designed specifically for solar applications at Intersolar Europe. In addition, Trojan will showcase its Colombia microgrid project which has been named a finalist for the Intersolar Europe “Outstanding Solar Project” award, and display its Smart Carbon battery line.
Visit Trojan at booth B1.340 during Intersolar Europe from May 31 to June 2 in Munich.
• New Solar Product Line: Trojan to launch new Solar AGM batteries, the first in a series of new solar batteries planned for availability this year.
• Award: Trojan’s Colombia Microgrid project which serves five remote communities and named Intersolar “Outstanding Solar Project” award finalist.
• Smart Carbon™ Batteries: Products to be showcased which are designed to address the impact of Partial State of Charge (PSOC) or inconsistent charging conditions.
Trojan Introduces Deep-Cycle Battery Line for Solar Applications
To be announced on Tues., May 30. Look for email to come with more details.
Trojan Colombia Microgrid Project Named Intersolar Award Finalist
The Trojan microgrid project serving five communities in Colombia, and powered by Trojan deep-cycle Industrial (IND) batteries, has been named a finalist for the Intersolar “Outstanding Solar Projects” award. The award ceremony announcing the final winners will be held at 5:00 p.m. at the Innovation and Application Stage in Hall A4, Booth A4.530. Click here to read case study.
Trojan Presentation of Colombia Microgrid Application
In addition, Ramon Tiburcio, Trojan regional sales director for Latin America, will present the Colombia Microgrid case study at 9:45 a.m. on May 31 in Hall: A4 at booth A4.530.
Smart Carbon is a standard feature in Trojan’s Industrial and Premium flooded battery lines and enhances overall battery life in applications where batteries are under charged on a regular basis. Along with increased life in PSOC environments, Trojan’s Smart Carbon proprietary formula also provides improved charge acceptance and faster recharge in PSOC applications.
News item from Trojan Battery