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BOS Balance of Storage Systems AG is an innovative tech company based in Neu-Ulm, Germany that is founded in 2014. CEO and co-founder is Benjamin Seckinger. With a dedicated team of about 45 employees the company has established as a pioneer in the world of modern energy supply, specializing in intelligent hybrid storage technologies. After the success of its breakthrough lithiumlead technology, BOS is now focusing on developing lithium battery solutions that are very simple to install. These plug-and-play solutions serve market segments that require a self-sufficient energy supply. This includes the caravan and boat sector and target markets in rural and semi-urban regions with limited or no access to modern energy supplies. The target markets are located in Europe,Africa, Asia, Oceania and Latin America. The combination of innovative technology and the pursuit of a more sustainable future makes BOS a significant player in the field of energy supply and storage.
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Germany’s leading sailing magazine has tested the LE300 over the entire 2023 season. The result is an unreserved recommendation for the LE300.
Member of the Bundestag Ekin Deligöz and the Indian Consul General Mohit Yadav visit BOS to get an overview of the impact BOS products have worldwide. The local newspaper is also present and recognized the development and growth over the last few years.
As part of the Renewable Energy Solutions (RES) programme, BOS developed a reliable renewable energy solution for Luuk Hospital in the province of Sulu.
IBI highlights that tests by the manufacturer Quick have shown that the BOS LE300 batteries are the perfect solution for maintaining the duration of its DC-powered range of MC2 gyro stabilizers.