World’s first thermal battery plant in Andhra Pradesh

The world’s first-ever facility to create thermal batteries will be inaugurated in Andhra Pradesh.  These batteries are based on alternative sources of energy production, and their presence is expected to reduce the dependence on fossil fuels. Through thermal batteries, BEST will look to store energy that can power telecommunications, commercial enterprises, electric vehicles as well as charging systems. Not only will it help create renewable energy, but these batteries are also expected to help provide energy to remote areas. As per the plans are known, BEST aims to commercially open up the plant by May 2019, where it could provide an initial capacity of 1000MW. In its first phase, it will produce batteries for telecom, mini/microgrids, and electric buses, that are expected to run for up to 800kms on a single charge. By 2025, BEST aims to expand the capacity of its thermal battery plant to 10GW. This technology, patented in India by Dr. Patrick Glynn in 2016, scores over Li-ion batteries due to lesser heat sensitivity, as well as a smaller carbon footprint.download our android app

  • World’s first thermal battery plant in Andhra Pradesh.
  • These batteries are based on alternative sources of energy production, and their presence is expected to reduce the dependence on fossil fuels.
  • Through thermal batteries, BEST will look to store energy that can power telecommunications, commercial enterprises, electric vehicles as well as charging systems.
  • The first phase, it will produce batteries for telecom, mini/microgrids, and electric buses, that are expected to run for up to 800kms on a single charge. By 2025, BEST aims to expand the capacity of its thermal battery plant to 10GW.
  • his technology, patented in India by Dr. Patrick Glynn in 2016, scores over Li-ion batteries due to lesser heat sensitivity, as well as a smaller carbon footprint.download our android app