Energy Storage Modules

Energy Storage Modue

Our energy storage modules are a manufacture integrated solution for advanced energy storage applications. They are specifically engineered to provide cost-effective customized solutions for renewable technology applications. They will provide long operational lifetime with no maintenance, and stable operation at extreme temperatures. Our power energy storage modules have a higher energy density than most other types of rechargeable modules. This means that for their size or weight they can store more energy than other rechargeable modules.  Our energy storage modules include special circuitry to protect the module from damage due to overcharging or undercharging.

The energy storage modules can be charged and discharged at deep cycles greater than normal electro-chemical battery, which has a defined cycle life, there is little wear and tear by cycling our energy storage modules. Under normal conditions, a energy storage modules fades from the original 100 percent capacity to 80 percent in 10 years.  (The energy storage modules functions well at hot and cold temperatures.)

EV Power Cells:

eMpasys EV power cells can recharge in less than 15 seconds this will enables electric vehicles to recharge quick, just like pumping Gas. The power cells energy density is 115Wh with a life of 15,000 cycles, high temperature tolerance and economical cost. Our power cells can be deployed in all types’ transportation vehicles and charging stations.  EVs are on the  verge of being recharged/refueled within 3 minutes, just as you would fill an internal combustion-engine car with petrol or diesel.

 

The environmental benefits of electric vehicles are great: If 10,000 vehicle owners switched from gas-powered passenger cars to EVs, over 33,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions could be avoided annually. This is equivalent to the annual CO2 emissions of approximately 6,500 gas-powered passenger cars on U.S. roads. On average, an EV owner will save about 75% of the annual fuel costs by switching from gas to electric.

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