• Large-scale stack of electric vehicle battery systems from the Mercedes-Benz Energy GmbH.


Spare parts store for electric vehicle batteries connects to the grid.

Partners Daimler AG – via its wholly owned subsidiary Mercedes-Benz Energy GmbH – and enercity (Stadtwerke Hannover AG) have commissioned one of the largest battery storage systems in Europe after about a one-year construction phase. The innovative storage system serves a particular purpose: it is a “living spare parts store” for electromotive battery systems. A total of 3,240 battery modules have been reserved for the third-generation smart electric-drive vehicle fleet. 1,800 of these have been combined into a stationary storage system at enercity’s Herrenhausen site and prequalified by the competent transmission system operator (TSO) TenneT for providing primary operating reserves (POR). The system is currently providing 5 MW of power to the energy market. Completion of the whole system with a total storage capacity of 17.4 MWh is planned for the first quarter of 2018.

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Electric vehicle battery systems as part of a cooperation between Daimler AG with its wholly-owned subsidiary Mercedes-Benz Energy GmbH and enercity (Stadtwerke Hannover AG).
ACCUMOTIVE in Kamenz: Guests were Angela Merkel, Stanislaw Tillich, Dieter Zetsche, Markus Schäfer, Frank Deiss and Frank Blome.

One of the most modern battery plants in the world.

Honoured guests at the ceremony were Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel and Stanislaw Tillich (Prime Minister of the Free State of Saxony), who joined Dieter Zetsche (Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars), Markus Schäfer (Member of the Divisional Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Cars, Production and Supply Chain), Frank Deiß (Head of Production Powertrain and Site Manager Mercedes-Benz Untertürkheim Plant) and Frank Blome (Managing Director of Deutsche Accumotive GmbH & Co. KG) in anchoring the housing of a vehicle battery as a foundation stone. This plant in the Saxon city of Kamenz will produce vehicle batteries as well as Mercedes-Benz Energy Storage systems.

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Europe’s most modern battery plant.

From Kamenz to the world. The construction phase for a second battery plant at wholly owned Daimler subsidiary ACCUMOTIVE is now under way at the Kamenz site, representing another consistent step toward electric mobility. One of the largest and most modern battery plants in Europe is being built with an investment of around 500 million euros.

The company is responsible for production of the Mercedes-Benz Energy Storage systems – in close cooperation with its affiliated company Mercedes-Benz Energy GmbH, which is responsible for development and global sales at the Kamenz site.

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Daimler subsidiary ACCUMOTIVE starts construction of second battery factory in Kamenz.