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Independent solar and renewable energy quoting website, SolarQuotes, has listed Ampetus Energy’s “Super” Lithium battery as the cheapest in Australia. You can view the listing here for more details: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/battery-storage/comparison-table/?prod=ampetus-super-lithium Lithium vs Lead Acid To understand what a “Super” lithium battery is, it’s worth reviewing what a lithium battery is. To do that, let’s contrast it Read more about The most affordable batteries in Australia![…]
The word is getting out there. Solar PV system brokerage and advice service Solar Choice has posted an excellent article about Ampetus Energy’s new Energy Pod energy storage device. “The basic value proposition of Ampetus’ Energy Pod is that the device will allow a home to store solar energy during the day for use after Read more about Ampetus’ Energy Pod Featured on Solar Choice[…]
The biggest difficulty that has historically faced the renewable energy industry is the challenge of storing solar and wind power at the time of generation in order to use when required. Energy storage has traditionally been too expensive to be economically feasible. This is about to change with the introduction of the game-changing “Energy Pod” Read more about Cheap Energy Storage is here today![…]
Ampetus had an extremely successful booth at this year’s Solar Energy Exhibition & Conference in Melbourne. This year’s was the 54th time that the conference, organized by the Australian Solar Council, was held in Melbourne. The exhibition is a showcase of the people, projects and products that are driving solar and storage to new heights Read more about Ampetus Energy at Solar 2016 Conference in Melbourne[…]
The word needs to get out there! Battery storage is gaining momentum in Australia, and we need to make sure that Aquion batteries, and Ampetus energy are front and center during the coming energy storage revolution. Our very good friends at Solar Choice have written a fascinating article about our game-changing battery technology. Well worth Read more about Another interesting article about Aquion Salt Water Batteries in Australia[…]
Customer Comment: “I am so happy with the Aquion Battery system, it is the neatest, most compact, lowest maintenance array I have owned, and I have been using solar off-grid for about 8 years now. The batteries are hidden away in an underground wing of my house – no venting required!!” L.B. 6/7/2015 The Story Read more about It is possible to go off-grid on a budget – Latest Aquion Battery Case Study[…]
Our CEO, Avrohom Jacks was recently heard speaking about the Aquion Hybrid Ion or AHI batteries. Avrohom spoke about the unique battery chemistry (the batteries run off salt water) and the benefits that users receive from this game-changing battery, carried and proudly sold by Ampetus Energy, here in Australia. You could listen to the fascinating Read more about Ampetus CEO on Zero Emissions Radio Show Talking about Aquion Battery[…]
Electricity storage is in vogue. We are on the brink of an energy storage boom and it is being predicted by the likes of Tesla, large electricity suppliers and, recently, my grandmother. However, the current hoopla notwithstanding, is not actually mankind’s first foray into electricity storage. We are essentially standing on the cusp of the Read more about Energy Storage – Why all the fuss now?[…]
There is an old joke that has Bill Gates allegedly comparing the computer industry with the auto industry.
Gates says: “If General Motors had kept up with technology in the same way the computer industry has, we would all be driving $25.00 cars that got 1,000 miles to the gallon.”
Although Gates probably never actually made that comparison, at least not on the record, there is definitely a very intriguing question underlying the witticism.
Why indeed has computer functionality improved exponentially, while, at the same time, the price of computers has dropped so dramatically? Why does there seem to be a correlation between lower prices and increased computing power? And, most relevant to the nascent energy storage industry, could the same forces be acting on the price and functionality of energy storage?