Battery manufacturing is revolutionizing the sustainable energy industry. By repurposing electric vehicle (EV) batteries for Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS), Rainhouse is able to provide a second life for these valuable resources.
There will be an exponential increase in Electric Vehicle (EV) manufacturing and adoption worldwide. But what happens to the batteries when they need replacement?
EV batteries have up to 20 years of useful life in a stationary Energy Storage System (ESS). Rainhouse’s ultimate objective is to develop tailor-made ESS by leveraging second-life Electric Vehicle (EV) batteries, which can serve as a reliable power source for a diverse range of industrial and community-oriented applications.
Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) can be used for a variety of applications such as powering off-grid communities, marine projects and, on-grid load levelling.
Rainhouse’s BESS will be designed with safety and efficiency in mind. We plan to implement a comprehensive fire safety system that includes fire detection, advanced fire suppressants, and fire-resistant materials. We are utilizing geothermal heat pump technology to regulate ambient temperature.
By investing in green energy, we can reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and help mitigate the effects of climate change.
•Reduce air pollution from diesel generators.
•Reduce soil wastes from improper disposal of second-life EV batteries.
•Create custom energy solutions for each remote community.
•Assisting Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadian communities in harnessing and using energy storage systems. This enables energy conservation as well as the opportunity to build stronger, lasting, positive relationships with indigenous communities.