Ericsson, leading global telecom equipment provider, purchases first energy backup system from Phinergy


Phinergy announces 100 additional orders from Cellcom for its energy backup systems As a result, 10% of Cellcom sites will be equipped with Phinergy systems, with a total capacity of 20MWh This order complements 150 systems already supplied to Cellcom and installed across its sites in Israel


Phinergy strengthens energy storage activity Awarded a ILS2.6m grant from energy ministry for renewable energy storage pilot Phinergy estimates its technology can store a significant amount of energy for a long duration and at a significantly lower cost than the solutions currently available in the market


Phinergy reports successful completion of pilot in India with one of the world’s largest telecom tower companies (180,000 sites) Following successful pilot completion, commercial negotiation has begun for the deployment of Phinergy’s energy backup systems at telecom tower company’s sites


Phinergy reaches significant milestone towards expansion – Phinergy successfully completes pilot in Italy in partnership with leading global telecom equipment provider Ericsson


Phinergy has signed a collaboration agreement with Norsk Hydro, one of the largest aluminum manufacturers in the world, to enable the use of aluminum as a clean energy source, joint R&D, and aluminum recycling to create a fully circular use of aluminum. Norsk Hydro will provide aluminum for Phinergy’s systems, and both companies will collaborate on R&D to maximize the use of aluminum for clean energy generation


Phinergy completes successful pilot with one of the five leading global cloud computing companies. Demo results exceeded initial objectives, and pilot was supervised by an external certified auditor


Phinergy expands its backup system clientele, and will supply backup systems also to a landline communication company. Bezeq, Israel’s largest communications group, purchased an energy backup system for a site providing landline and internet communications


Phinergy successfuly completes first phase of pilot with global telecom equipment provider Ericsson, and moves to second and final stage


Phinergy is building a manufacturing plant in Kfar Saba, to promote the realization of the company’s strategy for growth in the field of telecom backup systems in Israel and worldwide, and agreements with car manufacturers. The plant is designed for an annual production capacity of 20 MW, or around 5,000 backup systems of 4 KW each annually