Energy systems for cost-effective and sustainable intralogistics
Your application decides – energy systems for industrial trucks put to the test
28 September 2021
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (CEST)
04:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m. (CEST)
Webinar language: German
Live translations: English, Italian, French, Spanish, Czech
In intralogistics, energy use and consumption are a key factor in calculating investment and operating costs. In order to work in a cost-effective and efficient manner, it is therefore crucial to identify the right energy system for the particular transport processes.
Find out why the tried-and-tested lead-acid battery may still have a role to play in future, why lithium-ion technology offers lots of potential savings and why the fuel cell opens up new horizons in terms of sustainability and cost-effectiveness.
If you want to supercharge your knowledge of energy systems, register here now. We look forward to seeing you there.
- structured assessment criteria for the selection of the optimum energy system for your applications
- comprehensive answers to all questions relating to requirements and use of the technologies
- a high level of specialist expertise from intralogistics and energy experts, who will explain the advantages and disadvantages clearly based on practical use
- practical tips about smart charge management
Whether you are interested in lead acid, lithium-ion or hydrogen, in this webinar our experts will give you clear selection criteria to make it easier for you to embark on your optimum path towards sustainable and cost-effective use of the precious resource energy.
In order to do this, among other things intralogistics and energy experts will explain:
- How the choice of energy system impacts on the infrastructure and the energy requirement for the warehouse
- Whether and to what extent flexible availability of trucks can be achieved that both performs well and is economically efficient
- How costly load peaks can be avoided and the role that intelligent chargers can play in this area
- The extent to which the transport process determines the choice of the energy system