Energy

Reliable solutions for sustainable energy supplies

As the energy revolution increasingly gathers momentum, the cost pressure on the energy sector is ramping up. At the same time, intelligent grid expansion is required to continue ensuring the security of supply. Calls for standardised solutions that can be adapted flexibly to specific requirements are growing. The energy system of the future is digital and is based on reliable, sustainable components.

The perfect tools for your very own energy revolution

Rittal supports the energy industry with a tailored portfolio for applications such as wind turbines and photovoltaic systems that can withstand all environmental conditions thanks to robust enclosures and a coordinated climate control concept.

  • Thanks to Rittal climate control solution with up to 75 per cent lower energy consumption and maximum flexibility as a result of multi-voltage capability
  • Thanks to the development of standard-compliant IIoT solutions for networking machinery and equipment such as smart sensors for enclosure monitoring
  • Thanks to smart service concepts for boosting system availability and service efficiency that are fit for the future

H&W Control GmbH

Leading with hydropower

For a plant on Panama's highest mountain, the Volcán Barú, H&W Control relied on enclosures from Rittal. Five bays - three for energy management with the RiLine 1600 A busbar system and two bays for plant control - were delivered to Panama.

TESVOLT

Hot water on the mountainside

A photovoltaic system and a combined heat and power plant operated with vegetable oil supply carbon-neutral electrical energy for the alpine hut of the German Alpine Association’s Coburg section. The hut offers hot showers, a drying room and even...

Commeo

Turnkey energy storage

In the development of energy storage systems, Commeo has taken a completely new approach to creating a system suitable for industrial use, using Rittal's VX25 control cabinet system for enclosure technology.

Use Case

Prepared for every strong wind

Whether in the forests of Canada, remote villages in Australia or on the North Sea, wind turbines are expected to provide reliable electricity for well over twenty years. To achieve this, the electronics inside must be safely protected against cold,...