Can supercapacitor-based storage really replace chemical batteries?

Kilowatt Labs supercapacitor-based energy storage system delivers lower total cost of ownership by replacing chemical batteries

Read this article to learn:

  • How supercapacitor-based storage differs to traditional batteries
  • How Kilowatt Labs overcame the limitations of capacitors
  • Total cost of ownership, lifespan and warranty
  • Applications beyond the cell tower and the future of energy storage

Kilowatt Labs is headquartered in New York City, with production facilities in Dubai producing supercapacitor-based energy storage modules. Supercapacitors, or supercaps for short, are high capacity capacitors, a technology as old as the more familiar lead acid battery. Until now various limitations have prevented the adoption of supercaps for anything other than a small number…

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