Zinc8 is redefining long-duration energy storage.
Founded in 2012, Zinc8 has assembled an experienced team of professional engineers, scientists and business managers to execute the development and commercialization of a dependable renewable energy source.
With both environmental and efficiency factors in mind, Zinc8 strives to meet the growing need for secure and reliable power.
Zinc8 Energy Solutions has assembled an experienced team of professional engineers, scientists and business managers to execute the development and commercialization of an innovative regenerative fuel cell technology. With both technical and economic factors in mind, Zinc8 Energy Solutions strives to meet the growing need for the renewable energy revolution.
The global rise in electricity generation from renewable sources has led to increased demand for advanced batteries that can be used to firm this intermittent supply. This requirement is particularly important in areas where grid connections may be tenuous, unreliable or even non-existent. Additional demand for advanced batteries is presented by grid applications such as peak-shifting and T&D (Transmission & Distribution) deferral. Demand for the more traditional battery backup application is also increasing for reasons such as the desire to replace diesel generators and the increasing reliance of business on a dependable energy source.
The Leader in Zinc Air Battery Technology
Zinc8 Energy Solutions has developed innovative battery technology that uses zinc and air as fuel. Our technology resolves the intermittent and unpredictable nature of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar.
With a cost-effective solution for energy storage, clean energy is made reliable and available as and when required.
Zinc-Air Regenerative Fuel Cell System
The Zinc8 energy storage system is based upon unique patented zinc-air battery technology. Energy is stored in the form of zinc particles, similar in size to grains of sand. When the system is delivering power, the zinc particles are combined with oxygen drawn from the surrounding air. When the system is recharging, zinc particles are regenerated, and oxygen is returned to the surrounding air.