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Hithium, Maxxen partner on battery energy storage manufacturing in Turkey

Source: Hithium

Chinese stationary battery storage manufacturer Hithium and Turkish energy firm Maxxen have announced their exclusive strategic partnership agreement in the field of energy storage for the battery energy storage system and the trademark rights of Hithium. 

A step towards a cleaner future, the partnership will result in the creation of more sustainable energy systems globally and locally, according to the companies. 

The objective of the agreement is to make a difference in the energy storage sector by establishing a battery energy storage systems production facility in Türkiye (Turkey). In furtherance of the aforementioned agreement, the two companies have agreed that they will endeavor to develop groundbreaking innovations in the field of sustainable energy. 

Sean Sun, GM of the Middle East region and Head of Global Delivery Centre, Hithium, commented, "It's very promising to cooperate with Maxxen to contribute to energy transition with both parties in Türkiye. This bonding relationship will enhance our market competitiveness and together dedicate to the needs of affordable, reliable and flexible energy storage solution."

Further, Hithium and Maxxen have committed to contributing to the worldwide energy transition by accelerating the spread of battery energy storage technologies to wider audiences, hinting at the possibilities of making Turkey a manufacturing base for BESS products in the middle-eastern region for global exports. 

"We, at Maxxen, believe that cooperating with Hithium as one of the leading manufacturer of BESS Systems in the world focused only in Stationary Energy Storage, will help create a synergy to expand the business of two companies in the region", said Tolga Murat Özdemir, CEO of Maxxen & Kontek. 

He added, "The partnership base is not only closer to the projects to supply shorter deliveries and better after sale services with outstanding quality and manufacturing processes but at the same time using the capabilities of Maxxen in contributive digital solutions will also help develop value added derivative complete solutions to the related markets". 

Maxxen is a fully-owned subsidiary of Kontek Energy, which has 30 years of energy industry experience in the country. 


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