Pramac buys into storage energy solutions

By Roberta Prandi13 September 2021

Pramac announced the acquisition of Off Grid Energy Ltd, one of the leading global designer and manufacturer of technology solutions for the energy storage, through its subsidiary located in the United Kingdom (Pramac Generac UK).

Off Grid Energy, located in Rugby, UK, is a specialist in the energy storage industry and provides a diverse range of battery driven and energy storage solutions that provide cleaner and more flexible energy for industrial and mobile applications.

Ingenium Grid2Go by Off Grid Energy The Ingenium Grid2Go energy storage unit by Off Grid Energy, now Pramac.

Off Grid Energy serves the construction, utility, event business, electrical vehicle charging and behind the meter storage markets; it sells within the UK and also exports its products internationally including to the USA and Australia.

Among the company’s products are the Ingenium Grid2Go units that can be readily adapted for new applications and geographical markets.

“Evolving energy technology and customer demands continue to be driving factors for us to produce innovate products, and the energy storage solutions manufactured by Off Grid Energy will supplement and expand our current offerings to meet the dynamic needs of our global customers,” said Paolo Campinoti, Pramac CEO.

Adding this product offering to its current product’s portfolio Pramac will accelerate the growth into the market of distributed energy resource, microgrid, and the electricity demand for mobile application, more and more careful to the emissions and environmental impact issue, as in the events and construction market.

Danny Jones and Janene Dooler, founders and Co-Managing Directors of Off-Grid Energy, commented: “The opportunity to continue developing and innovating our products and technology within the energy storage systems industry with Pramac and Generac, makes us excited and proud to be the newest members of this growing team.”

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