Cadenza Innovation and Turtle & Hughes announced that Cadenza’s safe, high-performing, low-cost lithium-ion batteries will be available via Turtle Energy Storage Services (TESS). TESS is a division of one of the country’s top electrical and industrial distributors – a company that has been delivering power distribution and energy management solutions to a broad range of customers across the U.S. for nearly 100 years.
For quick reference, I’ve included a link to the press release here. I’d welcome the opportunity to connect you with executives from the companies to discuss the technology and business/market dynamics in more detail.
Wood Mackenzie expects U.S.-based energy storage deployments to set a record in 2021 as the world shifts from fossil fuels to cleaner sources of energy. Fires at grid-connected energy storage facilities are in the spotlight worldwide, though. Cadenza and TESS are teaming so organizations can capitalize on Cadenza’s supercell battery – tested/verified by DoD as well as UL to prevent the ‘thermal runaway’ that causes fires and explosions.
Vital at any level, these safety capabilities are crucial as energy storage deployments increase in urban areas, whether grid-connected or installed in commercial and industrial settings. Cadenza’s supercell design pairs unmatched safety with a modular, space-efficient footprint. TESS and Cadenza will focus initially on the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut (“tri-state”) area, with first customer installations slated for early next year.
This partnership represents the next stage of commercial availability for Cadenza’s supercell technology, which pairs best-in-class energy density and low cost with its safety capabilities.
Notably, today’s news comes on the opening day of The Battery Show, the country’s largest advanced battery conference, where Cadenza Founder and CEO Christina Lampe-Onnerud is presenting about the expansion of battery storage in the U.S. electrical grid.
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