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EARTHEN PODS

WHAT WE OFFER

EarthEn Pods

EarthEn's Pods are flexible & future-proof in using CO2 in a closed loop to store 4-100+ hours of energy at a low cost, highly scalable & safe manner for a 30 year shelf-life. Our systems destroy battery technology across flexibility, price, scalability, safety, & carbon utilization. We're also unique in that we can scale energy & power independently so we can grow with your needs. As your grid's needs increase, we'll always be there to support you & your grid ensuring that money & resiliency is never sacrificed. So if you're looking at battery technology - look no further.

Features And Advantages

FUTURE-PROOF

We can scale power & energy independently. Due to our modular design, as your grid's needs grow we can be there for you. Now & for the future. We can be your entire energy storage supplier

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SAFE

No thermal runaway, fire hazard, or reactive materials. As temperatures increase, our systems won't explode unlike battery technology

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LONG LIFETIME

>30 year lifetime. Unlike battery technology we're non-chemistry based so as our battery competitors degrade with increased temperatures, ours wont.

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MODULAR

MW-scale building blocks can be seamlessly configured to meet any load of power & energy

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COMPACT & SITE-ABLE

Unmatched energy density &  small size enabling a compact land footprint to unlock seamless site integration & ensure you can preserve your land for more solar/wind assets

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LOW COST

The cheapest LCOS & energy storage solution. Made of materials from industrially-mature supply chains and existing manufacturing lines.

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FLEXIBLE

Can store anywhere from 4-100+ hours. Capable of short, long & multi-day storage. Always-on heat and power to guarantee 100% uptime

RAPID CHARGING

Quick start up time to  soak up cheap, clean electricity when it’s available & dispatch it whenever you want

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