• Presentation at International Battery Production Conference 2020 cites Leclanché research confirming capabilities of production cells over 4,000 cycles
• Company’s water-based binder manufacturing technology provides many environmental and production benefits
Performance results of year-long testing of Leclanché’s 60 Ah cells have proven them to be both high energy density and high life cycle, critical characteristics for a wide range of automotive and e-transportation energy storage solutions.
• Two hybrid ships ordered by CGN from Swiss shipbuilder Shiptec will have a capacity of 700 passengers each and are due to enter service between 2022 and 2023
• Leclanché’s specialized marine battery systems will be installed on both vessels
• Leclanché technology already equips the world's most powerful all-electric ferry and a growing fleet of hybrid commercial vessels
• These two new ships are mainly aimed at growing commuter travel between France and Switzerland and will reduce fossil fuel consumption by 40% while expanding CGN’s offer
Leclanché was selected to equip two new hybrid-powered vessels with a state-of-the-art battery storage system.
• Novel system combines S4 Energy’s proprietary KINEXT flywheel storage system with Leclanché’s battery energy storage system
• Almelo, Netherlands project follows successful proof-of-concept pilot
• System provides 9 MW prequalified capacity to support frequency stabilization for TenneT, the Dutch Transmission System Operator
Leclanché and S4 Energy Complete Innovative Hybrid Energy Storage Project for Dutch Frequency Containment Reserve Market