World's first large-scale energy storage system using used EV batteries has been installed

Sumitomo Corporation has built the world's first large-scale energy storage system utilizing second-use electric vehicle (EV) batteries, in Chuo-Ku, Tokyo. The system is used to store the electricity generated by the Hikari-no-mori solar farm, to smoothe the solar energy's intermittent output. Th...

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