Economic growth and growing populations are pushing up electricity demand across the world. Governments and industry are moving away from conventional power plants toward distributed renewable energies, creating challenges for historically centralized grid systems. The MTU EnergyPack is a perfect answer to this changing energy environment, enabling existing power systems to adapt to current trends.
It is creating a range of possibilities involving renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power – all aimed at creating sustainable power delivery systems that are ready for the future. Whether you need a fully autonomous off-grid facility or simply want to manage your power supplies more efficiently – such as engaging in peak shaving, load-shifting or grid stabilization – the MTU EnergyPack is a scalable, all-in-one solution that provides reliable power anytime, anywhere.
Compact, flexible, autonomous.
Instant power wherever you need it.
MTU EnergyPack QL
The MTU EnergyPack QL is designed for customer applications with power and capacity requirements of up to 2,000 kVA and 2,600 kWh and above (multiple units). It is suitable for integrating solar assets and wind parks, and for providing frequency regulation and other ancillary services in the utilities sector. It is housed in a standard 40 ft high cube ISO container.
MTU EnergyPack QM
The MTU EnergyPack QM is designed for customer applications with power and capacity requirements of up to 800 kVA and 1,000 kWh. It is suitable for off-grid solutions, for reducing fuel dependence in remote communities, or for reducing demand charges in the industrial sector. It is housed in a standard 20 ft high cube ISO container.
MTU EnergyPack QS
The MTU EnergyPack QS is designed for customer applications with power and capacity requirements of up to 400 kVA and 550 kWh. It is suitable for off-grid solutions, for reducing fuel dependence in small remote communities, and for enabling own-consumption of solar power in the commercial and public sectors. It is enclosed in a compact housing.