Our business segments.

Our core business relates to the entire automotive battery life-cycle with respect to its efficient handling, further development and reuse in scalable applications. Based on many years of experience, we offer highly-secured and customised products & services to our customers. These solutions include EV batteries and EV battery module storages. On the other hand, we also offer procurement and distribution of 2nd-life batteries, battery modules and battery control components as well as consultation for energy storage systems.

Supply of EV batteries.

Mercedes-Benz Energy offers its proprietary solution to store the EV batteries and EV battery modules with minimal degradation for longer periods, so that these can be used later in the vehicle. The application provides an additional income source from batteries and  maintains the battery condition during the long storage, thus keeping it ready for future use in the automobile.

EV batteries & EV battery modules.

Mercedes-Benz Energy offers procurement and sales of rated and certified 2nd-life EV batteries and modules. Our proven and certified components (connections, interfaces, controls and monitoring) complete the offer and make the variety of applications with these components seamlessly possible.


With the proprietary Battery Control System from Mercedes-Benz Energy, we create the possibility to standardise the interface to control and operate a wide range of EV batteries for use in stationary applications.

Stationary energy storage.

As the specialist of stationary storage applications, Mercedes-Benz Energy supplies specifications for energy storage and offers consulting services. The applications range from Peak Load Balancing, Black Start, Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) and also the integration of renewable energies.

A fountain of youth for batteries.

The highly advanced battery management system developed by Daimler subsidiary “Deutsche ACCUMOTIVE” ensures an optimum battery state by regularly charging and discharging energy. This maintains the right temperature and charge at all times in each battery pack for compliance with strict quality and service life requirements. This procedure does not adversely affect the ageing process of the systems but instead acts as a fountain of youth for the battery packs.

The spare parts store for electromotive battery systems comprises some 3,000 of the batteries that are being held in stock for the current fleet of smart electric-drive vehicles and have been pooled to form a stationary storage facility. Its storage capacity of 17.5 MWh in total makes the system one of the largest in Europe. Once completed, the energy storage facility will market its capacity on the German primary balancing power market.