Trojan Battery will be exhibiting at Intersolar & ees Europe Booth B1.460 as well as Intersolar & ees North America Booth #8220

Talking Intersolar with Trojan Battery

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Tell us about Trojan Battery?

With the invention of the golf car battery for the Autoette vehicle in 1952, Trojan pioneered the development of deep-cycle battery technology for the golf industry; successfully introducing mobilization to the game of golf. For Trojan, this began a legacy of leadership and innovation that prevails today in the global, deep-cycle markets spanning applications for golf and utility vehicles, renewable energy, transportation, floor machines, aerial work platforms, marine and recreational vehicles.

 

Your company will be exhibiting at Intersolar & EES, what is it that makes this an important event for your company?

Trojan will exhibit its full line of batteries engineered for solar applications. These include Solar Flooded and Solar AGM. Trojan also has an opportunity to meet with customers and component vendors.

 

What can a visitor to your booth expect to see this year?

Trojan’s exhibit will provide visitors an overview of our comprehensive line of batteries to fit almost every solar energy storage need.  In addition, we will be highlighting two recent customer microgrid projects in Africa which use Trojan’s Solar AGM and Industrial batteries as their energy storage solutions. One is the Rafiki Power microgrid in Tanzania which is a Smarter E Award finalist at Intersolar Europe.

 

When you get a chance to walk the exhibit hall floor yourself, what is it you will be most interested to see?

Our team will be looking at the recent innovations in solar solutions.

 

Intersolar has many educational sessions & Demo’s, is your company involved in any of them this year?  

At Intersolar Europe, Trojan will speak at the Off-Grid Power Forum on Thurs., June 21 between 10:30 a.m. and 12p.m. Santiago Antolin, Technical Sales Engineer for Trojan, will present “Trojan Battery Solar AGM: The worry-free solution for rural electrification.”

Also, Trojan customer, Rafiki Power, will present details on its microgrid application in Tanzania, which is a Smarter E Award finalist.  The presentation is scheduled for Wed., June 20, at 2:30 p.m. at the Smarter E Forum, hall B2, booth B2.570 during Intersolar Europe. Attendees will hear how Trojan Solar AGM batteries are powering the village microgrid.

At Intersolar North America, Trojan will be presenting an educational workshop titled Trojan Battery: Battery 101 – Flooded vs. AGM vs. GEL on Wed., July 13. Stacey Delzeit, Sr. Applications Engineer for Trojan, will discuss key battery differences, battery selection, charging guidelines, system sizing and proper maintenance.

 

When you book a booth for a tradeshow like this what are your expectations and what does your company hope to accomplish at the event?

Trojan looks forward to meeting with existing and potential new customers to discuss our industry leading battery technology offerings, as well as hear about their unique applications of our products. We also are excited to meet with prospective master distributors in regions where Trojan would like to expand brand name recognition and market share.

During these meetings we will discuss joint marketing opportunities, future prospective sales, their specific product needs and provide them with highlights of future products in development.

 
 
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