Indian Institute of Technology-Hyderabad incubated startup PuREnergy said it has developed “affordable” lithium batteries and is commercially launching them during the Renewable Energy Expo 2018 that begins at Greater Noida today.
Founded in 2016 by Dr Nishanth Dongari, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, IIT Hyderabad, PuREnergy has designed and assembled lithium batteries with wide applications in fields from agriculture to aerospace, it said.
The startup claimed it has been one of the pioneers in developing solar hybrid systems combining solar PV with battery back-up and grid synchronisation, and has served more than 100 clients in sectors as varied as Telangana government, pharmaceuticals, real estate, hospitals and non-governmental organisations at the national level.
The products are currently available in 0.2 KWH to 2 KWH (agriculture drones, automobile), 2 to 20 KWH (aerospace, electric autos & carriers, telecom and household) and 50 to 500 KWH (residential societies, data centres and industrial entities).
Reference- ET, Business Standard