Why are batteries important at all?
Batteries have successfully enabled the mass electrification of cars, and the electrification of aerial vehicles is ongoing. Moreover, Batteries help during emergencies like power outages from flooding, equipment failures or accidents.
But the game-changing nature of energy storage is its ability to recharge cars at home, power entire households, communities and industrial facilities and balance power supply and demand instantaneously – within milliseconds.
This makes power networks more resilient, efficient, and cleaner than ever before.
Pumped hydroelectric power has played an important part since early and will be an important part in the electricity grid.
Nevertheless, electricity from solar and other intermittent clean power sources have appointed imperative needs for additional high-energy carriers to store green electricity stationary and locally.
Recharge Batteries can store clean energy over short and long periods of times.
The need for mobile consumer electronics, such as cell phone, mobile computer, medical equipment, smartwatches and power tools is steadily increasing.
Moreover, the digitalization of entire market segments such as health care and agro-industry urge for “mobile” electric battery power.