COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho, Nov. 21, 2019 KORE Power, a leading developer of high-density, high-voltage energy storage solutions, introduces the latest safety features inherent in the design of its Mark 1™ Energy Storage System (the “Mark 1”).
KORE Power recognizes the fundamental importance of ensuring products used in energy storage are safe for both people and property that are involved in the industry. The Mark 1 design incorporates several key design elements that enhance the safety of this product and the user’s ability to monitor the performance of the cell. Some safety features of the modules include:
“The industrial energy storage sector demands that battery solutions be as safe as possible for the people who maintain them and for property that in some way may be impacted by the operation of these technologies. Given the vast size and mission-critical nature of operations where battery technologies are deployed, this is completely understandable and we are proud to offer a solution that embodies industry-leading safety features,” said Lindsay Gorrill, CEO of KORE Power. “We understand the need for the most advanced safety features and the consequences of failing to provide them. At the very recent 2019 Energy Storage North America (ESNA) conference, a full day was devoted to safety issues, which reflects the industries’ commitment to prioritizing safety along with the operational aspects of large scale energy storage. It’s a good time to let people know how excited we are about the safety features of our Mark 1.”
Based in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, KORE Power is a leading developer of high-density, high-voltage energy storage solutions for global utility, industrial and mission-critical markets.
KORE Power designs and manufactures the industry-leading, 1500V Mark 1 Energy Storage System. Developed to lower installation and operation costs with higher efficiency, the Mark 1 includes proprietary NMC cells and modules, with innovative safety features, managed and optimized by the Mark 1 BMS.
KORE Power serves the growing demand for applications such as replacing fossil fuel peaker plants, wind and solar plus storage projects, Microgrid optimization, behind-the-meter C&I, E-Mobility, mining energy solutions and the Military.