On November 30, 2015, PBES, a leader in the industrial application of battery energy storage, announced the success of the world's first thermal runaway suppression system for lithium-ion batteries. Battery thermal runaway has continuous significant physical damage to the battery. The new system can effectively suppress and prevent thermal runaway of the battery system.
Mr. Brent Perry, CEO of PBES, said: "The biggest challenge for lithium-ion batteries has always been fire. Now this problem has been solved. Our team is a leading technology team in the industry and has developed a systematic solution to effectively suppress thermal runaway."
In the field of lithium-ion battery energy storage, the fire protection system presented by this advanced technology is unprecedented. It can manage the safety of each battery cell. It is the first system in the industry to prevent fire problems and solves the common safety problems of lithium-ion batteries. , Effectively eliminating the barriers to marketization.
PBES's new system, ranging from kilowatts to megawatts, has not failed in multiple tests, and the problem of thermal runaway has been completely controlled and eliminated. So far, no company can supply commercial battery products that alleviate thermal runaway. MIT's method of cooling with liquid nitrogen succeeded in preventing thermal runaway, but only at the laboratory level.
PBES has applied for patent protection, including heat prevention (Thermal-StopTM) system, cell cooling TM system, electric exhaust TM system, etc.; combined with the industry’s leading energy management system (EMS), it provides energy storage systems from batteries to System-level security and protection. This unique design has never been seen in the competition of lithium-ion battery technology.
The system is an ideal choice for the following industries: renewable energy wind and solar storage systems, grid energy storage peak shaving systems, ship and offshore industries, port machinery, commercial transportation, data center UPS, security, islands and other off-grid and remote community applications Wait.
Mr. Brent said that the more frequently the power and power systems work, the more the energy storage system can be used, and the shorter the user's investment payback period. The system complies with IEC International Electrotechnical Organization standards, DNV-GL Norwegian-German classification standards, LLOYDS British Lloyd's Register standards and American Bureau of Shipping standards. This system will be the technological benchmark in the field of energy storage systems in the next two decades. "
Mr. Brent will attend the 2015 COP21 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris. He will introduce the safety of lithium-ion batteries and advanced energy storage technology, as well as the environmental impact of ocean and grid applications on the environment.