Environmentally friendly battery achieves lower TCO than lead-acid batteries

Aquion Energy’s Aqueous Hybrid Ion solution

Read this article to learn:

  • The appetite amongst tower owners for environmentally friendly batteries and their importance in developing countries
  • The resistance of Aquion’s battery to partial state of discharge conditions, deep cycling, variable power supply and high ambient temperatures
  • The extent to which Aquion Energy's batteries have been deployed globally
  • How TCO compares to lead acid batteries

Aquion Energy’s Aqueous Hybrid Ion chemistry offers an environmentally-friendly solution which is particularly important for developing countries with no robust recycling programmes in place. The battery’s resistance to high temperatures and ability to withstand deep cycling, partial state of discharge conditions make it ideally suited to off-grid applications, and with a TCO lower than lead…

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