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- Mar 04, 2019

Utilities are starting to invest in big batteries

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

batteries-utilitiesUtilities are starting to invest in big batteries instead of building new power plants.  This is what a 5-megawatt, lithium-ion energy storage system looks like. Credit: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Due to their decreasing costs, lithium-ion batteries now dominate a range of applications including electric vehicles, computers and consumer electronics.

Associated Environmental Systems works with battery engineers to develop efficient test methods for battery research and production.

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