Nato’s NSPA (Nato Support Agency) organised at its premises in Luxembourg on 25 June 2014, GREENDAY 2014, an exhibition and demonstration of innovative, alternative energy systems for military and civil applications. Thirteen companies participated in GREENDAY as exhibitors and IDE presented the HEPS systems (hybrid electric power stations).

IDE’s HEPS systems combine conventional and renewable energy sources with advanced energy storage banks under the supervision of smart power management systems. At the exhibition IDE presented innovative, high-performance alternative energy solutions, which reduce dependency on fuels and minimise environmental impacts. IDE’s family of products and solutions add mobility, energy security and increased availability, at the same time ensuring significantly lower operational costs.

IDE’s exhibition-demonstration attracted great interest from NSPA’s staff, as well as from military delegations of NATO member-countries which visited the exhibition and attended a demonstration of IDE’s products capabilities.