GS Battery (USA) Inc has been chosen to take part in a test facility for sophisticated battery technology utilized for solar energy applications currently being carried out by a collaboration between GS Battery, Sandia National Laboratories and Mesa del Sol. This collaboration has received a federal grant of $75,000 from the U.S. DoE (Department of Energy).
The test would take place in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the Aperture Center. Mesa del Sol has developed this Aperture Center as a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver building in 2007, designed by Antoine Predock, a noted architect. In the U.S., solar power’s successful future depends on utilizing new battery power technologies for creating constant power sources from solar panels.
GS Battery’s sophisticated battery technology gives constant battery power as well as a longer operational battery life in addition to providing affordability towards renewable energy forms such as wind and solar. The company will be installing its energy power controller along with its ECO R battery storage system at the Aperture Center for capturing solar energy from solar panels and feeding the energy back into its system for usage during evening and weather interruptions.