Amara Raja: Energy storage solutions proven in the world’s most challenging tower markets

Amara Raja’s joint venture with Johnson Controls provides batteries for over 200,000 Indian and African cell sites

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  • Amara Raja’s proven track record over 20 years and at over 200,000 cell sites in India and Africa
  • Redefining battery deliverables: high temperature operations, higher cyclic life, deep cycling capability, PSOC working and high and faster recharge time and efficiency
  • The importance of matching battery size and correct variant based on specific site conditions
  • How an effective preventive maintenance programme optimises service life from batteries even in harsh conditions

Selecting the right batteries is critical to minimising energy opex in emerging markets, particularly in the context of limited grid power availability, operating temperature variations and diesel logistics challenges. Amara Raja and Johnson Controls have come together to build some of the largest and most modern battery manufacturing facilities in the world, from where they…

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