Lithium-ion batteries are an extremely powerful technology. While their superior energy density is key to their success, it is also associated with risks.
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EFOY partner: Fuel Cell Systems Ltd
EFOY Client: Wireless CCTV Ltd.
WCCTV is the UK’s leading provider of rapidly deployable mobile CCTV systems. Their systems transmit live and recorded video over the 4G mobile network. WCCTV was commissioned to provide 24/7 surveillance of the G7 Summit in Cornwall, UK. The summit brought together global leaders including the Prime Minister of the UK, the President of the USA and the German chancellor to discuss the most pressing challenges facing us all, from climate change to tackling the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
EFOY partner: Fuel Cell Systems
Client: Wireless CCTV Ltd., Rochdale (UK)
WCCTV is a manufacturer and supplier of rapid deployment CCTV towers which provide complete site security for remote sites and compounds. These projects are typically short to medium term construction projects.
This project for a major Sydney healthcare institution included over 700 access control doors and 200 fixed duress points, all hardwired to distributed security panels. As is often the case, it was planned to install these security panels in the communications room, but when the time came installers found there just wasn’t enough space to house any off-the-self or pre-made cabinet solution.
In this paper, Polarium provides information and insights related to the most common lithium-ion battery technologies and chemistries, comparisons to other technologies, and take a look at what the future may hold.
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Commercial and industrial facilities (C&I) are expected to see a rapid rate of adoption of energy storage solutions built on lithium-ion technology as a way of optimizing energy consumption, reducing energy costs, and reducing their carbon footprint.
Recent technological advances have ensured that lithium-ion batteries will play an increasingly important role in our lives and in society. With the growing integration of inherently intermittent renewables into our energy system, and the accelerating shift towards electric vehicles, an increasingly larger portion of the world is battery-powered. The stationary battery market is seeing a transition from lead to lithium, and with the commercialization of new materials like solid-state batteries, lithium is poised to dominate further.