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CZECH SUSTAINABLE HOUSES
GWL POWER is a leading distributor of a LiFePO4 battery cells and photo-voltaic power-plants of all sizes and naturally,
The main partner of The Czech Sustainable Houses.
In the words of the founder Mr. Pavel Podruh:
“As a byproduct of all the activities, we have also started to develop own unique household battery storage along with a novel business model to support its existence. Moreover, a deep dynamic and replicable system for self-sustainable buildings is being developed.
Both these endeavors are explored in tight cooperation with GWL.
The aim is to trigger public demand for energy future based on renewables and help to make thee transition.”
Historical trolleybuses with LiFePO4 batteries
Main coordinator of the project is Mr. Jiří Kovář, director of The Gallery and Muzeum of České Velenice, who managed to engage a lot of enthusiastic experts and for the electro-technical instalation called company PROFESS s. r. o..
Lokomotive LEA-002 Romania
GWL/Power has supplied sets of Winston Thunder Sky Battery cells to Arcelor-Mittal company for an installation in electric locomotives. These are used for the manipulation of machinery and the transportation of raw ore in quarries.
Kofi Kofi Trucks
Company KOFI-KOFI s. r. o. is from Czech republic and it´s our customer from year 2011. They using our batteries LiFePO4 for mobile coffee shops called ,,KOFI-KOFI Trucks“. Nowadays they are already operating with a twenty-four of these Trucks assebled with our long lifetime batteries. We are happy for that we have been participating on this original idea and drove it success.
AGV Warehouse Upgrade
Li-technician statement: „Upgraded AGVs can go three shifts without charging, charge 60A(1C) and deliver higher power to motors than previous lead acid or a gel types."
I always got a response at most next day if not within hours. The products were on stock and delivered very fast. I yet to install those solar panels but I am sure I will be very happy once the setup is operational."