Energy storage provider INTILION joins UN Global Compact – Commitment to sustainability

Paderborn. The energy storage providerexpert INTILION has joined the UN Global Compact, the world’s largest and most important initiative for sustainable and responsible corporate governance. The company is thus committed not only to sustainable values, but also to the ten universal principles in the areas of human rights, labor standards, the environment and anti-corruption. INTILION has committed to report annually on its progress in sustainability.

André Haubrock, CEO of INTILION AG says: “We are operating in an industry whose products will make a significant contribution to a successful energy transition. Commercial energy storage systems can significantly increase the share of renewable ener-gies in electricity consumption – whether in small companies, industrial operations or in the power grid. We are convinced that climate protection targets can only be achieved in harmony with social responsibility. At INTILION, we want to create long-term and sustainable added value for all stakeholders – therefore, our participation in the UN Global Compact and our commitment to the ten universal principles is a logical step for us.”

The UN Global Compact was founded in 2000 at the initiative of the former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan. Today, the UN initiative has over 21,000 participants across all sectors and organizations from politics, economy and civil society. In Germany, the number of participating companies is over 920. INTILION AG’s profile as a participant in the initiative is available on the UN Global Compact website.


INTILION AG is a provider of innovative, highly scalable and integrable energy storage solutions (ESS) with a comprehensive range of services, primarily for use in commercial, industrial and grid applications. The company’s lithium-ion-based ESS prod-ucts have a storage capacity ranging from 70 kWh to 100 MWh. INTILION’s portfolio of solutions and services is enabling the way to a decarbonised, flexible and digital energy sector. The company’s customers include local, regional and international utilities and energy distributors, as well as system distributors and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contrac-tors within Europe. INTILION AG is headquartered in Paderborn, Germany, and is part of the family-owned HOPPECKE Group, with a heritage of more than 95 years of expertise and engineering excellence in batteries.


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