Battery applications

batteries do not burn, even when under short-circuit conditions. Because of this they are suitable as very safe storage systems for homes, hotels, underground car parks in shopping centres, petrol stations, etc. Video burn test HERE:   See the crash test video HERE:

By supplying the necessary energy immediately, HE3DA battery storage can prevent large production losses during grid outages. It can also enable islanded operation, reduce the capacity of reserved power, compensate for reactive currents, phase asymmetry, etc.  

The immediate response of HE3DA backup energy storage in the case of a power outage can help doctors in hospitals stabilise patients on operating tables and help diesel generators reach their full output (approx. 5 min.).

Large container storage of 0.5-200 MWh can be used to store surplus energy for periods of scarcity, thereby maximising profits from energy sales.  They can help with grid balancing, overflows, frequency, outages, to compensate for reactive power, etc.

The capability of the HE3DA storage system to quickly supply electrical energy in a short time, e.g., when recharging EVs, even makes energy available in places without a suitable power grid including city centres, shopping centres and small villages

Very fast, high-performance batteries for data centres (as backup  a large UPS), which will quickly supply the required power in case of a power outage. It can also serve as a storage system to store energy, e.g., from solar panels, which can be used to supply a data centre with power at night.

He3da batteries are not susceptible to shock and significant temperature fluctuations so they are suitable for propulsion of trucks, cars, and ships. A race truck with fully electric propulsion is being prepared for Dakar 2022. A HE3DA battery powered truck took part in Dakar 2021 as a support vehicle.