Sustainable Salt Water Battery Won’t Corrode & Can Power Your Home For 10 Years…

Sustainable Salt Water Battery Won’t Corrode & Can Power Your Home For 10 Years...

A new home battery has been developed and released that runs off of salt water instead of acid, making for a sustainably created piece of technology that can charge your home for years.

Conventional lead-acid batteries use two lead plates, submerged in a solution of sulfuric acid and water.  The sulfuric acid is highly toxic and can burn and damage the environment if the battery leaks.  These batteries use a solution of salt water instead of acid and the results are astounding…

Sustainable Salt Water Battery Won’t Corrode & Can Power Your Home For 10 Years...



As opposed to lead-acid batteries, which can only be discharged to about 50% of their capacity, these salt water batteries can be discharged to 90%, meaning they can utilized 40% more of their energy per charge.  Each battery can handle 3,000 discharges, meaning they can last 3,000 days and nights.  They are also stackable, useful for increasing your power needs.

Another awesome feature is that these batteries won’t catch on fire like lead-acid batteries.

If you’re interested in purchasing one, you can, through Aquion’s website.  They are sustainably sourced and built and they don’t corrode (via Minds).

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Great concept, but would like to see more R&D to get better discharge rates for normal household usage. Also recharge rates are , well , poop.

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looked at these, but discharge rate is so low that you need a lot in parallel to get a sensible output wattage…so it becomes too expensive compoared to say LiFePo4 batteries….

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That company went bankrupt

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Kinda bad when the company website doesn’t work. Too bad!

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they wouldnt even tell you the price unless you phoned up a consultant and booked an appointment. Take a look at Nickle Iron Oxide batteries instead, long lasting, recyclable, hard to destroy and easy to maintain, 30-50 year life.

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Vanadium is the mineral for this “the Cube”

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Cost is high, benefits minimal – my AGMs will last at least ten years and can be recycyled very easily. Tragic.

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Damn! I could use one of these.

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Aquion filed for bankruptcy in March this year. This technology is probably just not market ready and just needs some fine tuning. They were done in by increases in capacity for Li ion batteries with a sharp decline in price as well.
In future, this should be amazing. Whether you are an off-gridder, thrifty, live in extreme weather areas or whatever, this would be fabulous. Non-toxic and inexpensive at $250/kW hour storage. Want to keep my eye on this.

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Interesting but like Leigh Sunders I also realized that they didn’t mention price at all.

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Just takes up the whole basement ?

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Amazing technology. Who now owns the patent

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the company went under unfortunately. bad business practices and poor performance. luckily though their designs have already been bought by other battery manufactures to hopefully pick up the slack.

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But were do you place it?

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Aquion has filed bankruptcy. I would rather see an article on a DIY blueprint of such battery.

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Aquion has been reopened once again by a British firm. Solar PV Partners.

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Arnt they in receivership…ie bust?

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And then the cost of replacing them…………..

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And then the cost of replacing them…………..

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Company went bankrupt. They’ve voided all warranties.

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Dainis Millersons

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Marco Jules Bramucci

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Fake news . Just another solar roadway scam

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These companies don’t always go under because the technology was faulty — rather it was because they lacked sufficient investment capital. If they were subsidized to the extent that the fossil fuel industry is, they would be thriving and expanding. But people continually expect the renewable energy industry to be entirely self sufficient while ignoring how conventional energy and technology gets all the government money and support it wants. ?

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