Albufera Energy Services is the subsidiary of Albufera Energy Storage established to develop and implement the SALSA concept in different regions of the world. SALSA (in Spanish initials: Sistema de Automovilidad Limpia con Soporte de Almacenamiento – Clean Mobility System with Storage Support) comprises the design, supply and start-up of mobility strategies based on electric vehicles (EV) for tourism, goods delivery, last mile services, etc. It consists in EV charging stations powered by renewable energy sources.

Furthermore, the whole system of EV and charging infrastructure is managed according to two different aspects: by controlling mobility data with tracking and information devices (ICT); and by assuring the right energy balance between demand (recharging needs) and offer (renewable generation) using integrated energy storage systems (batteries). This activity was presented in September 2015, and since February 2016, SALSA has been promoted in different countries and regions. A first project has been presented in Centro de Estudios Che, La Habana, Cuba, where a network of four EVs, two charging stations and 20 kW photovoltaic panels will be managed by means of an energy storage system of 40 KWh.

SALSA project gathers a group of market leader companies, headed by Albufera, in order to provide diverse components enclosing the central energy storage system.

Electric vehicles


Renewable generation


Recharging stations


ICT control


SALSA Solutions

SALSA 3.7 – SALSA 7.4 – SALSA 22 – SALSA 44

SALSA station integration of a custom solution with multiple recharging points.(Custom-made … ask … !!!)

Smart Monitoring Options:

  • Energy management (inverter, battery and solar generator)
  • Recharge point management
  • Fleet management
  • All of the above

Energy Storage Systems (ESS) Solutions

  • Self-consumption solar with accumulation
  • Load Compensation
  • Cutting of power peaks
  • Emergency back-up
  • Demand Response
  • Micro networks

Electronic with stage control, remote monitoring and integration with client systems. Storage systems based on Pb, NiCd, Lithium-ion and Al-air.