Ampowr B.V. Group Holding (AMPOWR) today announced that it has hosted Energy Leaders from Honduras in Central America. Honduras is stepping up their power dispatch expansion amid growing demand while tackling high technical and commercial losses in transmission and distribution and the low electric coverage in rural areas. Ampowr is positioned perfectly with their holistic suite of Battery Energy Storage Power Systems and Services to support all on the ground requirements.
“Eighty-five percent of the world’s population live in remote areas, local schools, hospitals, and other community buildings in these regions often have no access to electricity, we are delighted to have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) so that the Country of Honduras can benefit from the value of Ampowr’s Holistic product offering” said Eric van Honk and Andy Elwell, Owners and Directors of Ampowr B.V. Group Holding. “Energy costs in rural, underdeveloped areas are disproportionately higher per connected consumer than they are in urbanized areas, providing cost-effective and resilient remote micro-grid systems delivers higher quality reliable power to Hondurans for years to come.”
Ampowr B.V., has adopted a people-led culture to drive modern-thinking towards renewable energy storage and turn strategy into behavior, continuously adapting in an ever changing world. The core of Ampowr’s operations is based on four key technologies: Batteries & Chargers, BESS Battery Energy Storage Systems (Mid-Scale Power), ESS Energy Storage Systems (Large-Scale Power) and EMS Energy Management & BMS Battery Management System Steering. All of which have great significance for residential users, commercial and industrial companies and pave the way for future ready systems compatible for “EaaS” Energy-as-a-Service and Energy-Trading.
Ampowr customers are found in various industries such as Telecommunication, Material Handling, Buildings & Infrastructure, Utility, Medical, Aerospace & Defense, Oil & Gas.