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I want to know what people think this battery will do in the market.

New residential liquid storage battery (not lithium-ion)
12 kwh storage
3 kw continuous wattage, no peak
12 year warranty at 90% capacity
No moving parts
Environmentally friendly
Physically safe
4' x 3' x 2' size
$7,000 including inverter

Not selling, new battery coming out of a major US University.

I would like to know how you think this new battery will do against Tesla Powerwall, LG Chem, Sonnan and all lithium-ion batteries.

Your help will be appreciated in the development of this battery.
 
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GBDamo

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Do you jave a link?

Sounds like the size of a small chest freezer, is that really how big they are?
 

Des 56

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Wet cells have hardly improved since Leclanche came along with his 3 pint porous pot :) Do you indeed have a link ?
 

snowhead

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Can't be Brine, they already exist in commercial use.
Must be this;


or this;

or this or any one of the many liquid battery discoveries;
 
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That pricing is higher than LiIon for the same capacity. In the UK, our grid supply is still substantially cheaper than any battery/PV solution. Therefore, for the UK, as long as you can get grid access... it's a no-brainer.
 
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Do you jave a link?

Sounds like the size of a small chest freezer, is that really how big they are?
Sorry, no website. Still in the lab, but we just halved it to the size of a lithium-ion battery. Also passed cycling test, still going (15 year warranty at 90%). Lithium ion warranties are 10 years at 70%. As soon as it is out of the lab (soon), I will put up a website. Thank you for your comment.
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Can't be Brine, they already exist in commercial use.
Must be this;


or this;

or this or any one of the many liquid battery discoveries;
Hope to be out of the lab very soon, redox battery. Sorry, no website. Still in the lab, but we just halved it to the size of a lithium-ion battery. Also passed cycling test, still going (15 year warranty at 90%). Lithium ion warranties are 10 years at 70%. As soon as it is out of the lab (soon), I will put up a website. Thank you for your comment.
 

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That pricing is higher than LiIon for the same capacity. In the UK, our grid supply is still substantially cheaper than any battery/PV solution. Therefore, for the UK, as long as you can get grid access... it's a no-brainer.
The price is competitive, $7500 to $10,000 is normal for this size lithium ion battery. Tesla is $7500 in the USA. I can not speak for the UK. This battery will give twice the life expectancy, we just extended the cycling in latest testing. The battery will be able to offer at least a 15 year warranty at 90%. Lithium ion only offer 10 years at 70%.
 

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