GE’s unique energy storage innovation

Durathon’s long life, abuse tolerance and deep cycling an ideal fit for emerging market telecoms

Read this article to learn:

  • Characteristics of Durathon: long life, abuse tolerance, battery management system, deep cycling and energy density
  • How Durathon performs in the field: 50% fuel savings
  • Why adding energy storage capacity for additional tenants doesn’t have to mean the replacement of the battery bank
  • From pilots to launch orders: Durathon batteries are being shipped all over the world and GE forecasts
  • Durathon will be deployed to 1,500-2,000 African cell sites by the end of 2014
  • GE’s appetite to join forces with local banks and managed service providers to fund zero-capex business models

One of the most talked about advanced energy equipment innovations in the past year has been the Durathon battery from GE Energy Storage. TowerXchange wanted to understand the unique capabilities of this potential game-changing innovation, how the battery was performing in the field, and how widespread deployment may be within the next year. TowerXchange: How…

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