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BATTERIES & CHARGERS FEATURE 


 Map pinpoints battery


storage worldwide A digital map detailing more than 120 lead battery- powered energy storage projects has been unveiled by the Consortium for Battery Innovation (CBI)


T


he map includes case studies demonstrating successful lead


battery energy storage installations from the US, to Asia and Europe. The feature is included on the


CBI’s website. Through a range of case studies, the map details how lead battery storage is supporting utility and renewable energy systems. This includes providing back-up for local power grids and supplying off-grid electricity to power remote communities. CBI director, Dr Alistair Davidson,


of this initiative is to highlight some of these installations and encourage companies to share other examples we can highlight, demonstrating the variety of projects currently in place. “Our analysis suggests demand


said: “We are seeing growing interest in lead battery energy storage for utility and renewables systems all over the world. The aim CBI


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for battery energy storage will increase significantly in the next five years. This new tool will allow us to demonstrate that the latest lead battery technology is supporting a wide range of installations with reliable, safe, sustainable and cost-effective energy storage.”


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