Iron Edison's new Lithium Iron battery systems are ideally suited for solar, residential and commercial energy storage
Iron Edison CEO Brandon Williams will be a featured speaker at the 2016 Next-Generation Energy Storage Conference taking place this week (April 18-20) in San Diego, Calif, presenting Iron Edisons Lithium Iron battery as a market-ready solution for large-scale energy storage applications.
Iron Edison assembles Lithium Iron battery systems in Lakewood, Colo., for residential and commercial energy storage. The Iron Edison battery uses Lithium Iron Phosphate cells, which is the safest lithium-ion chemistry, and includes a Battery Management System and American-made components. The Iron Edison battery is fully compatible with industry-leading inverters and charge controllers.
Williams co-founded Iron Edison in 2010 to offer alternative battery chemistries for renewable energy applications. Iron Edison has designed hundreds of off-grid and residential battery backup systems around the world using Nickel Iron or Lithium Iron battery types. Both Nickel Iron and Lithium Iron are longer-lasting alternatives to traditional lead-acid batteries.
Iron Edison is continuing its expansion into the commercial storage industry, recently striking a deal with a major electric utility company to build two Lithium Iron batteries for remote telecom repeater stations.
"Lithium Iron batteries are a great fit for this application," explained Williams. "The high energy density of the Lithium Iron battery means more energy in a smaller space."
The Knowledge Foundations 6th Annual Next-Generation Energy Storage 2016 convenes leading experts in the fields of battery materials, systems design and integration, manufacturing and commercial applications who address emerging issues driving this pivotal time in the battery industry. The conference is held April 18-20 at the San Diego Marriott La Jolla at 4240 La Jolla Village Drive, La Jolla, CA 92037.
For more information on Iron Edison, visit http://www.IronEdison.com or call 720-432-6433. For more information on the Next Generation Energy Storage Conference, visit http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/next-generation-energy-storage.