|Battery Name||Aquion Aspen|
|Technology Class||Aqueous Hybrid Ion (saltwater)|
|Maximum Charge Rate||-|
|Maximum Discharge Rate||-|
|Rated Capacity (@ 100% DOD)||2.2 kWh (per stack) @ C20|
|Recommended DOD||100 %|
|Weight||53 kg (per stack)|
|Size||95.7 L (per stack)|
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Aquion batteries use a saltwater electrolyte, a carbon titanium phosphate composite anode, and a manganese oxide cathode. Multiple Aspen 48S stacks can be added together to scale system size.
Aquion has been in commercial production since 2014. Aquion promotes the safety and environmental aspects of their batteries and markets them as the only ones in the world to be Cradle to Cradle Certified.
The Battery Test Centre installation consists of 8x Aquion batteries connected to a Victron MultiGrid inverter.
Testing update: In March 2017, Aquion Energy filed for voluntary bankruptcy and in June 2017 was acquired by Juline-Titans LLC. System commissioning is unable to completed without support from the manufacturer, which is not available for existing installations.