Brill Power technology validated by Climate Impact Forecast

Mar 25, 2024 | News

Every 100kWh (50kW) stationary energy storage system that uses a BESA Battery Management System could reduce CO² emissions by up to 27.8 tonnes.

25th March 2024, Oxford, UK – Climate Impact Forecast (CIF) validation results are ranked in three independent outcomes: valid, positive and significant. Our technology has been validated on all counts, but what does this really mean?

A Valid result means our technology has proven that it has the potential to mitigate, enable or adapt to climate change.

A Positive result shows Brill Power’s technology has a lower climate impact than business as usual, and is a positive enabler showing the avoided Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions in -tCO²eq.

A Significant result is when a solution has a climate impact (positive or negative) greater than 5 tonnes of CO²eq per year.

Our advanced battery management system (BMS) maintains a high performance level overtime without augmentation of the system by actively loading the cells, as opposed to a traditional passive balancing BMS. The avoidance of production and transport of new cells that would be required to augment a system give the main positive impact for our technology.

This translates into substantial savings, financially and environmentally. The CIF results find that every 100kWh (50kW) stationary energy storage system that uses a BESA Battery Management System could save 27.8 tonnes of CO² emissions. These savings come from avoiding unnecessary battery cells in the system over the battery’s lifetime.

To read the full Climate Impact Forecast report about the positive and significant climate impact of Brill Power’s technology, click here

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