HM King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden visits HPS Home Power Solutions

The interest and positive feedback show the international potential of our innovative energy storage system for the global energy transition.

HPS Home Power Solutions (HPS), provider of the world’s first green hydrogen-based year-round electricity storage system for buildings available on the market, has received the Royal Technology Mission (RTM) delegation from Sweden.

The delegation was led by His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden and included board members from both leading Swedish companies and high-level scientists from the technology sector. The visit to HPS was embedded in a three-hour information program at the Adlershof Technology Park.

“The visit of this delegation with so many high-level representatives is a special recognition of our performance for us. We took this opportunity to demonstrate our year-round electricity storage system picea and the technology driving it,” explains Zeyad Abul-Ella, co-founder and CEO of HPS. “In addition, we were able to establish valuable contacts that will further strengthen our company’s development.”

Zeyad Abul-Ella presented the picea year-round electricity storage system to board members from energy supplier Vattenfall, electric car provider Polestar, truck manufacturer Scania, drive technology provider ABB Sweden, battery manufacturer Northvolt, car manufacturer SAAB and the Swedish ambassador to Germany, among others. He led the delegation through the production facilities as well as the development department and discussed the potential of hydrogen-based technologies for the energy transition.

The RTM is a week-long trip by a Swedish technology delegation organized by the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering (IVA). The last time the RTM visited Germany was in 1986. The IVA is a non-profit organization with the mission to promote engineering and economic sciences and the development of industry for the benefit of society.

Zohaib Ali

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