Offical launch of the PW10 electric inspection vessel

Shipyard Talsma launches a new electrical inspection vessel. MG Energy Systems is the supplier of the hihg-voltage lithium-ion battery bank.

The MG Story of Jens Jensen – Lithium Ion Battery Safety

The way MG controls and shuts down individual cells, ensures the LiFePo4 safety what Jens Jensen was looking for!

MG Download Center is Online

The MG Download Center is now available on our website. Here you can download all technical product information and much more.

Water Taxi Rotterdam launches battery powered ships

The city of Rotterdam (NL) expands its fleet with five new electric water taxis. MG supplies the redundant battery system for these electric passenger ships.

Powerwall for peakshaving

Read along this interview with Gerard van der Schaar about the powerwall . It is the energy storage system that powers the company needs.

New version MG Energy Portal available

Monitor your MG lithium-ion battery system from any place via the new designed MG Energy Portal. This web-based battery monitor platform gives a direct insight into all your essential battery parameters.

Lithium Hybrid Power Unit

MG Energy Systems is proudly working with the UK’s leading supplier of off-grid power systems, Energy Solutions UK Ltd. They offer an excellent hybrid power unit for homes and businesses, called the EasyGrid. A reliable battery bank is key to any successful energy storage system, and MG is pleased to be the battery supplier for the EasyGrid Lithium.

Hybrid Electric Catamaran with lithium-ion battery system

The new Herley 3400 catamaran is equipped with a hybrid system and is powered by two electric drives and a MG lithium-ion battery bank.

Lithium-ion batteries for Van Pack Jetter

Recently Rioned introduced the eCityJet: world’s first fully electric Van Pack Jetter. Powered by MG lithium-ion batteries.

GBRacing launches its new ZERO-e sustainability truck with MG Lithium-Ion Batteries

Friday June 5, World Environment Day, is the perfect day for GBRacing to launch the first ever self-sufficient, sustainable support vehicle in the World Superbike paddock: the ‘ZERO-e’ project. The Euro-6-compliant Mercedes Actros truck will run entirely on solar power and MG Lithium-Ion Batteries for the duration of each World Superbike event.