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Japan’s hidden champion of environmental energy equipment

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Article - August 16, 2023

Since its foundation in 2009, SoftEnergy Controls has strived to provide top quality equipment related to battery production and EV infrastructure.

POWER SUPPLY

“We are committed to expanding our operations and staying ahead of the curve in this dynamic market landscape.”

Yuji Eguchi, President, SoftEnergy Controls Inc.

Founded in 2009 to provide environmentally-friendly renewable energy solutions, SoftEnergy Controls’ core product and technology are power supplies using bidirectional inverters and converters.

With Japan moving towards carbon neutrality, company president Yuji Eguchi underlines how the firm’s charge/discharge inspection equipment plays an important role in secondary batteries: “Our power supplies offer a distinct advantage in their high regenerative efficiency, resulting in less energy consumption and making a significant contribution to addressing the energy problem.”

In order to optimize efficiency, SoftEnergy Controls’ equipment uses fewer cables, which reduces energy loss and simplifies maintenance, a state of affairs which has helped the company establish a “unique brand identity.”

But power supplies are only one type of component in its celebrated charge/discharge equipment. Mr. Eguchi again: “In order to fully optimize the capabilities of our power supplies, we are also focusing on developing other key components, which are tailored to client specifications in terms of dimension, price and quality.”

The group’s core strategy, of course, goes beyond simple client satisfaction. “Our aim is to contribute to society by showcasing our technological advancements and creativity,” Mr. Eguchi confirms.

To this end, the electric vehicle (EV) market could prove crucial to the company’s continued success. “The EV industry is rapidly emerging as a significant sector, and we are committed to capitalizing on this trend. As a pioneering firm, our goal is to make meaningful contributions to society through our business operations.”

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