For electric, solar, and home use, Inverted Energy is now introducing its latest range of lithium-ion batteries. Commercial battery production is scheduled to begin on 2 October. In the beginning, the company will supply the batteries for the collection of electricity generators and large solar projects.
The new lithium-ion batteries of Inverted Energy are more than 20 percent more powerful than those existing on the market at the moment. The batteries are developed and manufactured in India at the new facilities of the company in New Delhi.
Inverted Energy states that its batteries for lithium-ion are ideal for home use because they are 1/4 of the weight of existing plumbic acid batteries and less than half of their capacity. It also takes less than half the time and up to five times longer to register. They are also free of maintenance. A microprocessor uses sophisticated algorithms to make the inverted lithium-ion batteries better.
“These batteries will be a step towards the future in which energy storage systems will be created and manufactured in India completely,” Inverted Energy Head of Innovation and Design Gurfaraaz Singh said.
A compact staggered cell rack design enhances the thermal control of the inverted Lithium-ion batteries. The business demands several patents relating to the nature of the batteries, and the batteries will become available in the free market after they have been filed.