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New FANSO D size Battery designed with supercapacitor

The new FANSO D size Battery, FANSO Battery ER34615+SPC1520, has been designed with a supercapacitor major for gas metering.

FANSO D size 19Ah Battery

The FANSO new D size 19Ah Battery, ER34615H has been designed with a supercapacitor major for gas metering.

FANSO Capacitor SPC, supporting high current pulse discharge

FANSO Battery has introduced the new supercapacitor to its range of offerings, which has been designed to support high current pulse discharge.

FANSO introduces the D size spiral battery

FANSO Battery has introduced the D size LiSocl2 Spiral battery, ER34615M, to its battery offerings. This model has been specifically designed to support high current pulse discharge.

FANSO introduces the Limno2 Battery

FANSO Battery has introduced the CR17450E Limno2 Battery, which has been specifically designed for the newest water meters on the market.

New FANSO Battery designed with supercapacitor

The FANSO new C size Battery, FANSO Battery ER26500H+SPC1520, has been designed with a super capacitor major for gas metering.

Britain faces potential battery supply crunch

The UK government needs to align its actions on batteries with its rhetoric on electric vehicles (EVs), the Lords have reported.
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Tadiran HLC: Long life battery power-boost

Currently, the Tadiran HLC combined with an LTC battery is the only smart metering solution with a working life of 20+ years.
EnBW

Audi, EnBW partner to use “second-life” EV batteries for DER, DRM

German carmaker Audi and utility EnBW are setting up an electric car battery operation at EnBW's Heilbronn plant to build scaleable storage facilities by the end of this year, drawing on retired batteries to help power grids.
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Battery specialists InoBat Auto gets €5 million govt. funding for Slovakian Gigafactory

InoBat Auto, an R&D and battery production company providing new energy solutions for electric vehicles (EVs), has secured €5 million (approximately $4.5 million) in funding from the Slovakian government to build an R&D centre to support the development of a 10GWh Gigafactory in the country – the world’s biggest car producer per capita.

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