Also Rossini Energy will exhibit at EV WORLD / BATTERY WORLD – ZEROEMISSION 2021.
Rossini Energy is a company created by Luca Rossini, associated with the French group InnoVent since 2018 to create the perfect alliance between renewable energy and electric vehicles. The idea was born during the studies in the French School of Engineering Arts et Métiers, in 2015, where the founders realized that in many countries energy storage represents a real opportunity, due to the high cost of electricity and the diffusion of renewable energies.
This is how Rossini Energy was born and launched several innovative solutions.
Designed for companies equipped with solar photovoltaics and at least one forklift, Cloudino is the intelligent charger that transforms forklifts into storage systems. The patented solution is ideal in countries where electricity has a high cost and on-the-spot exchange is low-paid. The Cloudino charger allows a bidirectional flow (charge-discharge) to store excess solar electricity in the battery, and then reuse it in the evening, once the sun has set.
The Banco smart cable is a charging cable for electric cars that allows you to participate in the energy transition.
Up to Edi, a solution for companies that use any type of electric vehicle: from lifting platforms to electric cars, and to the PienoSole charging station: conceived for industrial and tertiary buildings with photovoltaic production, PienoSole is a customizable column that supplies solar electricity, adapting the power supplied to instantaneous local production, for an increase in self-consumption and a reduction in the electricity bill.
Also igus, a German company, will exhibit at ZEROEMISSION 2021.
Born in 1993, the Italian branch of the igus group continues to grow to offer the best of motion plastics to the whole Peninsula. Thanks to the warehouse, igus Italia with more than 100 collaborators – in the city of Robbiate (LC) headquarters and throughout the national territory – the company offers a capillary service and tailor-made assistance for specific photovoltaic, energy and electric mobility applications, and for special projects.
Technological progress consists in making the machines faster and faster and their movements more precise. Consequently, components also have to always overcome new challenges. It is precisely on the basis of this assumption that, in 1964, Günter Blase founded igus, with the idea of developing high-performance, wear-resistant polymer products for every type of movement. Today, these products are called motion plastics. Also from an environmental point of view, motion plastics represent an improvement. On the one hand, the production process to manufacture polymer components requires half the liters of oil compared to those needed to produce an equivalent steel product and up to 70% less if we are talking about similar aluminum products. On the other hand, if we consider the 54.4 billion tons of lubricant that are dispersed in the environment every year, igus’ self-lubricating products contribute to the protection of the environment.