Uncontrolled cyclic use of batteries and deep discharge recovery
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Uncontrolled cyclic use of batteries and deep discharge recovery

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EnerSys bring their Genesis EP battery to the poor/unstable grid telecoms sector

In poor or unstable grid scenarios, batteries installed on cell sites are regularly subjected to uncontrolled partial state of charge (PSOC) conditions and medium to high cyclic use. This, coupled with the often high ambient temperatures at such sites, puts significant stress on the energy storage system in place. Enersys’ deep discharge capable batteries have had significant success in other applications and the company is now introducing their PSOC capable Genesis EP battery to the telecom market. TowerXchange speak to Enersys, one of the global leaders of energy storage solutions to learn more.

TowerXchange: Please can you provide an introduction to EnerSys® for those who are not familiar with the company?

Anssi Laitinen, Marketing Director, Reserve Power EMEA, EnerSys:

EnerSys is the global leader in stored energy solutions for industrial applications.


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