247 Energy is considering building a supercapacitor battery factory in the Netherlands

The Belgian 247 Energy is considering a to build a battery factory in the Netherlands. The company supplies mobile power supplies, including their own supercapacitor batteries, which are still produced outside Europe.

The 247 Energy supercapacitor battery works on the basis of graphene nanotubes, in combination with smart software. The batteries last much longer than lithium-ion batteries: at least 45 years. They also charge 20 times faster, are non-flammable/explosive and 100% recyclable.

Battery containers that store green energy.

The company mainly focuses on construction and transport companies, but the batteries are also ideal for storing solar and wind energy. You can already lose 1.6 megawatts of energy in one battery container.

247 Energy now wants to build battery factories in the Benelux, including possibly in the Netherlands. The first should be operational in 2.5 years and produce a gigawatt of battery capacity annually. After that, it will be scaled up to 16 gigawatts.

Bron: Change Inc

Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.

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