BatteroTech Showcases Energy Storage Products in Munich

BatteroTech Showcases Energy Storage Products in Munich

The lithium battery manufacturer will be exhibiting its latest energy storage products at the Intersolar Europe 2024, June 19-21.

Lithium battery manufacturer BatteroTech Co. Ltd. will be exhibiting its latest energy storage products at the Intersolar Europe 2024, June 19-21, in Munich.

BatteroTech said it will showcase its new innovations, including the 314Ah, 72Ah, 280Ah cells, and 1P52S battery pack  liquid cooling battery pack, the 1P416S  energy storage system BTL energy storage system, and the 20-foot, 5.02MWh containerized HV liquid-cooling system.

One of BatteroTech’s key features at the exhibition was its high-efficiency energy utilization solutions, which the company said can greatly lower operation costs for customers. BatteroTech’s latest 20-foot, 5.02MWh containerized HV liquid-cooling system adopts the new 314Ah cell that can store more energy in the same volume of space, making it more compact and portable as a more efficient solution for customers.

According to the latest press information, another notable product showcased by BatteroTech was its new-generation 314Ah energy storage cell. With improved performance and durability, this cell has a cycle life of up to 12,000 times or more, with first-year decay equal to or lower than 3% under standard operating conditions. It also has a discharge capacity retention rate of over 95% in extreme temperatures of -30 degrees Celsius and a storage life of a lifespan of over 20 years, the company said.

“BatteroTech remains dedicated to supporting development and growth of renewable energy worldwide. As the solar energy industry continues to expand, we are excited to offer advanced energy storage solutions to support this important shift towards a greener and more sustainable future,” said Louis Su, global marketing director of BatteroTech.

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