Nothing protects quite like Piller.
Piller power technology protects the world’s critical infrastructure.
Established in 1909, Piller Power Systems is Europe’s leading producer of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems for mission-critical power applications such as data centres and semiconductor manufacturing. Piller also manufactures ground power systems for civil and military airports and on-board electrical systems for naval vessels.
Piller is part of Langley Holdings Power Solutions Division focused on the development of hybrid-renewable microgrids in collaboration with Bergen Engines AS and Marelli Motori Srl, all Langley subsidiaries.
Acquired by Langley in 2004, Piller is headquartered in Osterode am Harz, near Hanover, in Germany. In 2016 Piller acquired Active Power, the Texas-based flywheel UPS specialist.
Power Solutions Division
Langley Holdings’ Power Solutions Division develops hybrid-renewable microgrids through a collaboration between sister companies Bergen Engines, Marelli Motori and Piller Power Systems. The aim is to efficiently and cost-effectively meet immediate and future microgrid requirements while reducing emissions to a minimum.
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Banking and Finance
Modern Manufacturing and Process industries use Piller technologies for clean, stable reliable power generation and protection.View sector
Ten-year forecasts for Cloud Hyperscale data centres point to hundreds of new builds of 100MW power capacity and above.View sector
Banking and Finance
Piller supports the entire spectrum of players in the global financial services sector.View sector
Piller powers the world’s communications and broadcasting infrastructure.View sector
Mass electrification is reshaping the entire energy market and as a leading developer of storage and stabilisation technology Piller is at the forefront of helping power producers serve their consumers with more reliable, clean and sustainable electricity for the years ahead.View sector
Piller protects the world’s healthcare providers. Hospitals and health centres around the world are operating at full capacity to provide acute clinical care at the frontline of the global pandemic.View sector
Piller Power Systems for aircraft, runway lighting, terminal buildings, maintenance hangars, instrument landing systems and electronic display boards are in operation around the world.View sector
Piller has been a key supplier partner in the field of naval technology since 1965. Piller supplies mains generators and charging generators for both conventional and nuclear powered submarines and surface vessels. For corvettes and frigates, Piller mains generators provide electrical supply for on-board general supply systems, high performance power protection systems and converters.View sector
We develop and deliver complex power solutions.
Piller raises the game in scale, reliability and availability of power provision and protection for multiple sectors.
Uniquely in the power market Piller in-house teams control every aspect of development, design and manufacture of UPS systems, stabilisers; static transfer switches; kinetic energy storage; aircraft ground power systems; frequency converters and naval power supplies.
Supporting the world’s transition to sustainable energy
As reliance on sustainable microgrids and clean on-site generation grows, Piller’s sustainable strategy is built around maximum energy efficiency, long-term operation, reliability, and less waste. Piller further demonstrated in its sustainability commitments by developing Integrated Power Conditioning and Stabilisation for the 10MW-300MW ‘Power of 10’ hybrid renewable microgrid solution – a low and no carbon grid independent and grid supporting microgrid offer.
We supply premium-level customer support to match the unrivalled excellence of our products. With a global network of highly qualified service staff, Piller technicians are currently taking care of around 10,000 units of high power UPS equipment in over 50 countries, supporting client activities in data processing, finance, industry, communications, aviation and defence, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.