Electrical Storage




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Description

Storage device used to hold electrical energy in the form of a large battery.

Advantages
  • Facilitates effective utilization of intermittent renewable resources
  • Can be combined into smart integrated energy system
  • Reduces need for increased peak generation capacity
  • Enhances grid reliability
  • Perofmrance and cost are continually improving
  • Integrates renewable and fossil fuel technologies
Disadvantages
  • Energy lost in round trip inefficiencies
  • Additional cost and complexity
  • Additional infrastructure and space requirements
Application barriers
  • Complex integration with grids
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Voltage

12 V

Dimensions

L/W/H = 6.5/3/5.75 inches

Weight

2.8 kg

Nominal Capacity 1 hour Rate

4.10 Amps / 1.75 V

Nominal Capacity 4 hour Rate
Nominal Capacity 8 hour Rate
Nominal Capacity 24 hour Rate
Energy Density 20 hour Rate
Specific Energy 20 hour Rate
Internal Resistance
Maximum Discharge Current 7 minutes
Maximum short duration Discharge Current 10 seconds
Shelf Life 1 month

Quater charged

Shelf Life 3 month

Half charged

Shelf Life 6 month

Full charged

Charge Operating Temperature Range

0°C to 45°C

Discharge Operating Temperature Range

0°C to 45°C

Investment Cost
Operational Cost
Replacement Cost
Battery Cycle Life
Battery Calendar Life

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