In 1991 the rechargeable Lithium-Ion made a huge commercial impact because of its high energy density and flexibility. But Lithium-Ion has an Achilles Heel, it is extremely flammable. In 2017 Alevo deployed the first commercial non-flammable Li-Ion battery. Alevo uses a breakthrough battery technology, an inorganic electrolyte that stores no chemical energy making the battery completely non-flammable and non-combustible. The Alevo battery is ideal for the utility and commercial & industry markets offering reliability, robustness and safety characteristics never seen in Li-Ion battery before. Alevo - setting a new standard for Lithium-Ion Safety.
250-kilowatts of Alevo Battery Technology will become part of the Duke Energy Microgrid Research Center in Mount Holly, North Carolina. Duke Energy established a testing center at their Mount Holly Training facility a few years ago to explore new microgrid technologies and take an in-depth look at how new microgrid technology can enhance the grid. […]
In late 2014, a virtually unknown company called Alevo announced it was entering the energy storage market with a new inorganic, sulfur-based lithium ion battery technology that it had acquired from the bankrupt German company fortu PowerCell. Alevo entered the U.S. with a big splash, investing over $68 million in the 3.5 million-square-foot former Philip Morris […]
Alevo, the energy storage company, today announced is highest score yet