Exclusive insights into China Tower’s innovative re-use of EV lithium-ion batteries for cell site energy storage

CTC deploys secondary use EV batteries to 70-80,000 cell sites

Read this article to learn:

  • An introduction to China Tower Corporation (CTC)’s energy strategy
  • Insights into CTC’s ‘energy recycle circle’ model
  • CTC perspectives on the future of secondary use EV Lithium-ion batteries for cell sites in China
  • How CTC’s central operational platform manages over 1.9mn towers and 70,000 staff

The opportunity to create energy efficiencies by cycling batteries during peak tariffs has prompted China Tower Corporation (CTC) to research and deploy secondary use EV Lithium-ion to replace the lead acid batteries at 70-80,000 of their cell sites. CTC has innovated a unique strategy named the ‘energy recycle circle model’ to leverage recycled batteries from…

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