CellCube. Powerful storage for clean energy.

The CellCube from GILDEMEISTER energy solutions is a stable, weatherproof electricity storage device. The long-life and low-maintenance vanadium-based redox flow battery provides uninterruptible power – reliably, efficiently and around the clock.

An overview of the benefits
  • integrated system solution including specially adjusted inverters
  • possible connection to different energy sources
  • turnkey energy storage in a weatherproof and securely protected housing
  • 100 % deep discharge
  • optimal performance through intelligent battery management
  • highest efficiency in all operating modes
  • almost unlimited charging and discharging cycles
The CellCube series

The CellCube series is expanded from June 2012. Our extensive product range provides storage solutions for any requirements. Performance and storage capacity can be adjusted individually.

Available power and storage capacity
10 kW - 40 kWh 20 kW - 40 kWh 30 kW - 40 kWh
10 kW - 70 kWh 20 kW - 70 kWh 30 kW - 70 kWh
10 kW - 100 kWh 20 kW - 100 kWh 30 kW - 100 kWh
10 kW - 130 kWh 20 kW - 130 kWh 30 kW - 130 kWh
  200 kW - 400 kWh
CellCube FB 10-100
The small but powerful solution with rated power of 10 kW and peak output of up to 15 kW. Durability resulting from almost unlimited cycles (charge/discharge) on the energy store with up to 100 kWh storage capacity. Spontaneous response to any load demand.
CellCube FB 200-400
With 200 kW and 400 kWh, the CellCube FB 200–400 provides large energy reserves for industrial use. In order to, for example, stabilise mains voltages and buffer energy output. In general – anywhere where an uninterruptible power supply is important.
The CellCube can be combined based on your requirements.

2 CellCube FB 10-100
20 kW, 200 kWh

5 CellCube FB 200-400
1 MW, 2 MWh

Monitoring service function
All important operating parameters can be accessed online at any time, such as state of charge (SOC), electrolyte temperature and charging capacity.

The electro-chemical process that charges or discharges the battery takes place in the reaction cells of the stacks.

The electrolytes are pumped with small, chemical-resistant pumps from the electrolyte tanks into the stacks and back to the same tanks via return conduits.