Stationary Storage System in Germany Built with Second-hand EV Batteries

Stationary Storage System in Germany Built with Second-hand EV Batteries

It is quite stunning to reuse the old batteries of electric vehicles (EVs) to construct a stationary storage system (SSS). In Germany, as a part of a joint project company, Groupe Renault, The Mobility House, Mitsui, and Demeter provided equally the funds to build the largest SSS reusing EV batteries in Germany, after the first project of 45 MW in France.
According to Energy-storage news, the batteries for the project will be provided by Groupe Renault & the storage capacity to be sold by The Mobility House to support both network services and industrial storage needs. The SSS is to be built using EV batteries compiled in containers, using both second-life batteries and new batteries.
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Date: Oct 11, 2019 @ 12:17

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