BUSINESS NEWS - Kilowatt Labs' supercapacitor based storage, the Sirius, delivers the first supercapacitor based energy storage system as an alternative to chemical batteries.
Why not change your chemical batteries to a more advanced super capacitor?
Traditional chemical storage technologies “batteries” have many shortcomings and are therefore limited to certain applications. These problems include size, form-factor, power density, energy density, weight, temperature, limited life, speed of charge & discharge, theft as well.
The Sirius energy storage system is modular and can be discharged rapidly or slowly, depending upon the requirements of the load. With an energy density of more than 115Wh/Kg, the Sirius battery can be charged in less than 30 seconds without affecting cycle life. An infrastructure of fast-charging stations eliminates the need for large battery banks with extended range.
The Sirius can be deployed from watts to megawatts, a cycle life of 1 million cycles at -30 degree Celsius to 85 degree Celsius, with a depth-of-discharge (DOD) of 100%, a round-trip efficiency of 99%, non-flammable, non-toxic, low cost of manufacturing infrastructure and lowers capital cost by reducing the number of batteries, cheaper pricing, the Sirius energy storage solution is a serious alternative to all chemical batteries and is a new paradigm in energy storage.
The Sirius battery can be deployed in extremely harsh environments without cooling or heating.
Utility scale storage for frequency regulation, peak shaving, asset deferral, black start; EV's; Behind-the-Meter storage for residential, commercial and industrial applications; micro-grid systems for remote locations; refrigerated containers; man-camp housing; container housing; telecom towers and electrical vehicles.
The Sirius come with a 10 Year Warranty & a 45 Year Operational Life.
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