Win Inertia is a high-tech engineering company,
specialized in Power Electronics, Energy Storage
and Communications and Control Electronics.

NEWS / PRESS

Maxwell Technologies

Win Inertia Incorporates Maxwell Technologies Ultracapacitors for Braking Energy Recuperation in Spanish Rail System

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GreenBiz.com

Ioxus, Maxwell, Win Inertia bet on ultracapacitors to store energy

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energyharvestingjournal.com

Braking energy recuperation in Spanish rail system

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Capacitor industry.com

Win Inertia will Incorporate Maxwell Ultracap in Rail System

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HYBRID STORAGE SOLUTIONS

Win Inertia´s most innovative technology is a Hybrid Storage System integrating batteries, ultracapacitors and other storage technologies (flywheels, fuel-cells, etc.) under a unique bus using the SHAD®-FS4G technology. The control & power electronics technology (BMS, etc.) of the Hybrid Storage System achieves a battery lifetime extension and avoids over-sizing of the storage system for frequency regulation or fast response services. The system is related to lower costs than conventional energy storage solutions.

Hybrid Energy Solutions are based on four main pillars:

01

SHAD ® TECHNOLOGY

Integration of batteries and ultracapacitors offering high energy density and high power density.

02

POWER ELECTRONICS

To enable the integration of SHAD ® storage systems by integrating advanced energy management algorithms.

03

ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Energy management to achieve a coordinated response of all grid elements, optimization of batteries and ultracapacitors as well as the integration of renewable energy and other energy sources.

04

GRID MANAGEMENT

Supervisory, control and data acquisition systems to control the grid. The control technology and management algorithms allow the whole system to operate in a way that provides an optimized response to different services.

Hybrid Storage Solutions benefits:

  • >Extension of the battery lifetime
  • >Grid stabilization
  • >Integration of renewable energies
  • >Decrease in fuel consumption

Applications:

Smart grids

Smart Grids

Grid services

Grid services

Weak grids

Weak grids

Renewable integration

Renewable integration