Energy storage innovation at The Renewables Event

Leclanché, the Swiss energy storage company, will be launching an all-inclusive Battery and Inverter pack for the residential market, during The Renewables Event in NEC Birmingham on 13th and 14th September.

Leclanche is at the forefront of battery innovation and the launch of its new PV and energy storage solution is a small, but very significant strategic move towards providing a complete solution that will include the 3.2 kWh well-known Leclanche LTO (Lithium Titanate) based Tibox along with the brand new hybrid inverter from the growing company Imeon, acting for both the solar panels and the battery.

Another version with G-NMC cells will also be available. This standardized approach has been developed to ease the installer’s life from the perspective of new customers to the after sales management of all their customers.

The home storage system will become the centre of home owners’ comfort from storing the energy produced from their roof to using it at night.

The way electricity is generated, stored and delivered is changing, evolving, and everyone may soon be able to play a part in that new economy. Leclanché battery experts have developed this LTO technology to enable applications that have never been possible in the residential area. This feature, called “multicycling capability”, is bringing rentability to the next level.

Unlike most batteries, Leclanché is able to guarantee 15,000 cycles with its TiBox which is significantly higher than the industry standard. This means the TiBox is capable of multicycling so even with 2 to 3 cycles per day, the battery will last for 15 to 20 years.