Case study: Off-grid homeowners choosing between Aquion and Li-ion batteries to replace lead-acid

Key Players

Aquion Energy, a developer of a battery based on an aqueous hybrid ion chemistry (see the April 28, 2015 LRESJ), is applying its energy storage to a variety of applications, include off-grid residences and microgrids. In this particular case, a California ranch homeowner worked wi...

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