Since closing the deal, new enerday has already delivered its systems to sites in Germany, Poland, and Scotland, thereby ensuring non-stop power supply to construction sites while the new wind turbines are being installed over a period of several months. For this purpose, new enerday operates a fleet of around a dozen mobile fuel cell systems that can be hired by customers as and when needed. In response to strong demand, the company has decided to expand its fleet in the near future – ten additional systems are currently being produced by new enerday.
Dr. Matthias Boltze, General Manager of new enerday GmbH, is delighted by the success of market roll-out and sees potential for follow-up orders: "The wind energy market is far from saturated. On the contrary, it will continue to grow. I am very confident that the tremendous benefits of our technology will be appreciated not only in this sector but also in other off-grid applications – and that we can convince even more customers of its merits." Other promising fields of application include systems designed to provide on-board electrical power for boats and yachts, household power supply, and the telecommunications market. New enerday is looking to increase revenue more than tenfold in the next five years, propelling sales to a single-digit figure at the upper end of the million euro range.