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French firm to unveil new solar energy solutions at WFES
January 11, 2018
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Dubai: French company ARTS Energy, one of the world’s leading battery manufacturers, will be presenting its new generation of nickel-metal (Ni-MH) batteries for professional autonomous solar energy solutions and backup applications on January 15-18, 2018 at the WFES & IWS trade fair in Abu Dhabi (French Pavilion).

ARTS Energy’s latest generation of Ni-MH batteries are exceptionally robust in very warm environments (up to 85°C) and boast a 10-year lifetime when used in outdoor applications in the Middle East. Ni-MH is particularly well suited to autonomous solar applications in the Middle East (Solar Street Lights, Road and Urban Signage, etc), which are very demanding. But this new generation of batteries also performs extremely well in backup applications (Telecom), as well as applications involving a high number of cycles for daily battery use to reduce main grid electricity bills, data-centres back up.

ARTS Energy was highlighted during the last visit of the French President Macron in the UAE, as a potential future partner for the sustainable development of the UAE.

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