HPS System – Picea
Energy storage, heating support and ventilation unit, all-in-one.
HPS has developed a system in which components such as battery, electrolyzer and fuel cell all work together efficiently.
Predictive energy management creates a sustainable, electrically self-sufficient and customizable house energy system.
In addition, the waste heat generated during the operation of Picea is provided to the house as heating or hot water,
thus further reducing your energy bill.
Picea has standardized interfaces and is easy to install and easy to maintain.
The system operation is simple and automated. This allows you to manage the energy generated by your
photovoltaic solar system according to your needs.
The HPS software shows how you can help protect the environment and allows you to control your energy requirements.
HPS Home Power Solutions to present the latest developments on the picea hydrogen-based home storage system
“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, 2:30-2:40 pm (BST)