Repurposing valuable second-life electric vehicle batteries via stationary battery storage systems.
- Partnered with Renault Groupe to reuse over 1,000 batteries for second-life energy storage system.
- Partners and collaborators include Engie, Renault-Nissan, Jaguar-Landrover, EDF Energy, BMW, Bentley, EMR, Allego, and Statkraft.
- E-STOR is installed at several sites totalling 3MW and we are currently increasing this capacity with an upcoming 12MW system.
Currently Operating in Four Regions
May 23, 2023
Former fleet EV batteries are being used to power new electric vans in a project in the North East. North Tyneside Council is revitalising its KillingworRead on Fleet World »
September 16, 2023
Volvo Energy and Connected Energy have partnered to develop energy storage systems using old electric vehicle (EV) batteries. The collaboration aims to give EV batteries a second life and reduce...Read on EnergyPortal.eu »
September 14, 2023
Volvo Energy and Connected Energy to Develop Battery Energy Storage System for Second Life EV Batteries
Volvo Energy is partnering with Connected Energy to explore the second life of old electric vehicle batteries in new energy storage systems. The companies aim to repurpose the batteries for use in...Read on EnergyPortal.eu »
September 12, 2023
Volvo Energy has made an agreement with Connected Energy to develop a new battery energy storage system (BESS) from recycled EV batteries.Read on Power Technology »
August 9, 2023
Industry experts are on hand to ensure the most informed decisions are made when it comes to preparing a business and its drivers for the electric future.Read on Fleet World »
May 24, 2023
Fleets are using old EV batteries to charge new EVs, and OEMs are invited to join a battery partner network. Solar energy can help retailers overcome the energy crisis. Old EV batteries are being...Read on _FleetNews »
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