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Be Energy celebrates the opening of a new centre in Martinique

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17 May 2024
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Technical training on “Battery regeneration” by Gilles Mounier – Be Energy France Operations Manager.​

January 2024 marks a new milestone for Be Energy, with the opening of the Martinique Batteries Services centre. This strategic development, located near Fort-de-France in the dynamic Ducos area – more precisely the Champigny industrial zone – marks a significant step forward in the island’s decarbonisation efforts.

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Battery regeneration technical training for Be Energy Martinique technicians.

January 2024 marks a new milestone for Be Energy, with the opening of the Martinique Batteries Services centre. This strategic development, located near Fort-de-France in the dynamic Ducos area – more precisely the Champigny industrial zone – marks a significant step forward in the island’s decarbonisation efforts.

 

The Be Energy Martinique centre

Martinique Batteries Services, headed by Alex Rosette, is taking the lead in adopting Be Energy’s innovative technologies. The aim of this collaboration is to address the environmental issues affecting Martinique, in common with other islands facing similar challenges.

Cutting-edge technology

The Martinique Batteries Services centre is equipped with 4 BRT MaxiGold units, the most powerful lead-acid battery regenerator on the market. These batteries are widely used in materials handling equipment, solar energy storage systems and telecommunications.

Quick diagnostics

With the Quick Tester Kiosk (QTK), the Be Energy centre in Martinique can carry out up to 7 tests in just 7 seconds for starter batteries, guaranteeing a fast and reliable service.

Discharge capacities

Two discharge strips and a BRT 10 unit are also available for in-depth analysis and precision maintenance.

Environmental commitment

In addition to its battery regeneration services, the new Be Energy centre embodies the French company’s commitment to a more sustainable future. By minimising hazardous waste and promoting the reuse of materials, Alex Rosette’s team is making a direct contribution to reducing Martinique’s carbon footprint.

Battery regeneration in Martinique: for whom?

Following the example of the many players who have now integrated battery regeneration into their processes worldwide, Martinique Batteries Services is aimed at all sectors of activity, including :

  • Airports
  • Maritime transport
  • Industrial companies
  • Urban logistics companies
  • The supply chain sector
  • Carriers
  • Construction and public works
  • Etc.

Be Energy’s battery regeneration solutions in Martinique cover several types of battery, including :

  • Lead-acid batteries, often used in motor vehicles and other industrial applications.
  • NiCad (nickel-cadmium) batteries, used for various applications requiring high performance.

Regeneration aims to restore used batteries to their original characteristics, thereby reducing CO2 emissions and industrial waste, while creating new jobs and offering substantial savings for users.

Martinique faces major environmental problems

As well as fighting climate change and its devastating consequences, Martinique is also facing specific challenges related to waste management. The emergence of proactive local policies in the French West Indies illustrates a growing commitment to environmental protection. However, these initiatives are often hampered by natural difficulties such as recurring risks of extreme weather events, complex topography, and fragile coastal ecosystems, making it particularly difficult to implement sustainable practices.

These challenges are exacerbated by significant economic and social issues, including high unemployment and increasing pressure on land due to rapid urbanisation and a saturated labour market. In Martinique as a whole, the commitment to sustainable development is struggling to be effectively implemented on the ground, despite a strong political will to do so.

At the heart of the challenges facing the island, the Be Energy Martinique centre favours practices that promote environmental sustainability while meeting local economic needs. We look forward to working with the Martinique Batteries Services team to promote battery regeneration in the French West Indies !

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