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Armoire AEA

Electric cabinet with recycled batteries to optimize photovoltaic self-consumption for residential use

April 2022
Gallery Armoire AEA 1
Gallery Armoire AEA 1


The AEA Armoire aims at providing a sustainable, profitable, and ecologically energy to your home. This Solution relies on optimising self-consumption by using recycled batteries and auto-controlling charge/discharge with energy manager to reduce your energy costs.

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Label Date April 27, 2022
By Sirea
From France
Maturity stage Small scale commercialization
Looking For Network, New clients, Visibility, Partners, Credibility

Implementation Stories

Armoire AEA by Sirea
Implemented by Toulouse in Toulouse (France) in 2020

A homeowner in the Toulouse region called on a solar installer to build a self-consumption photovoltaic system with battery storage in 2020. He chose a Sirea system because of its “Origine France Garantie” label and its reduced environmental impact offered by the compatibility with second life batteries (FNX Modules), also produced in France. His objective was to store the surplus energy he was not consuming during the day to use it later, especially during bad weather or in the evening.


Estimated coverage rate (i.e. the proportion of consumption covered by his production) went from 50% to 65-75% depending on the year thanks to the system


The environmental benefits

  • Store up to 9 kWh per day
  • 75% of your consumption is covered by solar energy
  • 3600 battery charge/discharge cycles
  • Increase battery life by 200% after coming from electric mobility
  • 70% of the electricity used to produce this cabinet is from solar energy

The Financial benefits

  • Reduce by 50% your energy cost
  • Recycled batteries are 20% cheaper than mainstream alternative

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Company Profile


Sirea, created in 1994, offers technical expertise and professional know-how in electricity, automation, electronics and computing.

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Headquarters 81100 Burlats, France
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