By Time Shift
“Time Shift is the market leader in energy-storage systems using second-life batteries. Since 2016, we have been pioneering the use of electric vehicle batteries for turnkey mobile-power solutions. Our innovative software helps our customers use energy smarter and more efficiently.”

Future-driven energy storage using second-life batteries

Time Shift doubles the commercial life of electric vehicle batteries. Our energy-storage systems using second-life batteries have a guaranteed power output, standard 5-year warranty and a much lower environmental impact. Our production output for 2023 will re-use batteries equivalent to 1,200 electric vehicles – and this is only the beginning.



The PowerSkid is a battery energy-storage system with a power output of 100 kW (performance) or 80 kW (endurance). It is specifically designed for mobile and other kinds of off-grid application, such as building sites, festivals, events, filming locations or off-grid electric vehicle charging stations.


The EnergySkid is a battery energy-storage system with a power output of 1.2 MW. It is primarily designed for ancillary services, such as Frequency Containment Reserve (FCR), unbalance trading, load shifting and peak shaving. The EnergySkid is also highly suitable for mobile, off-grid applications, such as at large construction sites with high power demands.


Our mobile, off-grid battery energy-storage systems are designed for a range of industrial applications, enabling our customers to enter new markets. The high-quality PowerSkid and EnergySkid are engineered to withstand temperature and weather conditions for mobile applications and to efficiently cope with fluctuations in the electricity network.

The story of Time Shift

Time Shift is a pioneering company created from the ambition to prolong the commercial life of electric vehicle batteries. In his previous job, Time Shift founder Casper Scheltinga was confronted with large quantities of battery packs from electric vehicles being discarded, shredded and recycled. In most cases, the batteries were in perfect working order, but their storage capacity had degraded, rendering them unsuitable for their primary automotive application.