It covers a number of potential technologies for EES that currently exist for varied stationary markets, one being the recently evolved lead-acid batteries, in which the anode is partially or fully replaced by carbon. The carbon in the negative electrodes has led to improved performance and potentially reduced life-cycle cost over traditional lead-acid batteries for stationary storage.
Currently, Axion Power International is developing and commercializing their lead-carbon (PbC®) hybrid technologies.
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