The EOS Zinc Air proprietary Znyth™ technology is the first low cost, long life cycle, energy dense, and highly efficient aqueous battery.which affordably replaces:
Carbon Fueled Generators
Lead Acid, Gel and Lithium Batteries
Fly Wheel Storage
Phase Change Storage
Pumped Hydro Storage:
Compressed Air Storage
The EOS Zinc Air proprietary Znyth™ technology can effectively be used to:
Store Grid Power Long Term
Eliminate Power Outages
Ensure 100% Power Security
Provide Energy Autonomy
Grid Tie, for Net Metering
Store Alternative/Sustainable Energy
Store “Non Peak” Grid Power
Eliminate “Peak Power Surcharges”
Decrease or Eliminate Energy Costs
The EOS Zinc Air proprietary Znyth™ technology can easily integrate with solar PV panels and other sustainable energy forms.
The EOS Zinc Air proprietary Znyth™ technology provides 100% inherent depth-of-discharge characteristics, ideally engineered to cache and store sustainable energy for indefinitely long periods of time and precisely when needed. Unlike traditional technologies, EOS Zinc Air proprietary Znyth™ technology can withstand regular outages without being damaged.
EOS Zinc Air proprietary Znyth™ technology is designed for:
Time-of-day energy shifting
Energy shifting in peak consumption times
Mission Critical Autonomy & Security
Sustainable Energy Storage
Grid Tie or “Off Grid”
When integrated with sustainable energy, EOS Zinc Air proprietary Znyth™ technology benefits customers, networks and generators by providing a low cost, effective and eco friendly energy storage solution.
This type of energy storage becomes even more important as the penetration of tariffs from renewable energy sources begins to exceed 15–20%.
A number of our installed energy storage systems are combined with sustainable energy sources, such as, Wind Turbine and Solar Farms. Morgan Solar Sun Simba™ Concentrated Solar Power systems generates 3 Times more power per square foot over conventional solar pv, when combined with EOS Zinc Air proprietary Znyth™ technology, it can be installed competitively on parity with utility scale generation costs.
Post time: Oct-25-2017