• TEXEL Energy Storage

    Next Generation Battery

TEXEL HYBRID BATTERY & ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGY

TEXEL is developing cost effective, sustainable and circular hybrid energy storage / batteries and energy production solutions. In combination with renewable energy the TEXEL technology is not only cost competitive to fossil fuels, but as well competitive in terms of energy distribution, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days per year.

 

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THE NEXT GENRATION BATTERY TECHNOLOGY

The technology is developed by TEXEL in cooperation with US Department of Energy (DOE), Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) and Curtin University in Perth, Australia, in combination with technology, incorporated to TEXEL and originally developed by Ford Motors.

TEXEL has an exclusive license agreement on a new battery / energy storage solution with US Department of Energy (DOE) and Savannah River National laboratory (SRNL), This new technology in combination with the Stirling Engine, the company bought in 2010, developed by Ford Motors and the military submarine company Kockums, turned out to become the perfect match. The TEXEL technology was later appointed “the success story beyond lithium batteries” at the DOE, X-Labs, Stanford energy storage summit at SLAC in Silicon Valley.

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CONFIRMED BY DOE TO OUTCOMPETE OTHER BATTERIES

Years of research, development and evaluation of all energy storage solutions, TEXEL was finally partnering up with US Department of Energy’s (DOE) and Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL). SRNL is the laboratory behind the hydrogen bomb, and the new technology a peaceful and environmental friendly effect of that development. In a report from DOE, where the TEXEL technology is compared with Lithium-Ion, the expectations is that the new battery will become more than 90% cheaper. The TEXEL technology does not consume our planets resources, has no degradation problems and the energy density are comparable with Lithium-Ion today but, is expected to be dramatically increased during the next years to come.

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TEXEL signs agreement with Curtin University to develop next generation battery

Supported by the Australian Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, Curtin University has developed a new battery technology, not only...

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TEXEL Energy Storage is featured in Saving Earth Magazine

Saving Earth Magazine is a quarterly environmental magazine that focuses on human rights, conservation, climate change, green businesses, and creating a...

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TEXEL receives financial support from Swedish government agency Vinnova

Swedish battery technology development company TEXEL Energy Storage AB (TEXEL) receives support from Swedish government agency Vinnova to develop and demonstrate...

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