Audi Opens Battery Storage Unit on Berlin EUREF Campus

source: Audi AG

  • 1.9 MWh storage unit consisting of used lithium-ion batteries is being connected to the grid
  • Germany’s largest multi-use storage unit compensates for fluctuations in the grid and optimizes energy supply
  • Real-life laboratory indicates potential for energy transition

Audi is electrifying the capital: In the context of the Formula E guest performance in Berlin, the brand with the four rings has opened up Germany’s largest multi-use storage unit on the EUREF Campus. The storage unit has a capacity of 1.9 MWh and uses used lithium-ion batteries from development vehicles to test various interaction scenarios between electric cars and the power grid. The objective: Intelligent networking to promote the energy transition.