How Lithium-Ion Batteries Are Better For Power Energy Storage

In this article, find out how high quality lithium-ion batteries are more efficient, safer, and have better energy storage than others.

What are lithium-ion batteries?

Lithium-ion batteries are accumulators of compounds containing lithium that function primarily by moving lithium ions between the positive and negative electrodes. Along with being utilized as power sources, lithium-ion batteries also have a storing function. Most energy storage power plants choose lithium-ion batteries over lithium-ferrous phosphate batteries as their energy storage options because of the safety of lithium-ion batteries.

What are the benefits of lithium-ion batteries From SAKO?

One of the main benefits of lithium-ion batteries is their high discharge rate. This means that they can deliver a lot of power quickly. This is especially valuable for applications like energy storage, where you need to be able to generate power quickly and then store it until you need it.

Another benefit of lithium-ion batteries is their long life, which can be used multiple times without significant degradation.

Finally, lithium-ion batteries are relatively safe. They’re not as prone to catching on fire as traditional batteries and don’t produce as much heat. This makes them ideal for applications where safety is a priority, like solar systems.

How do they work?

The lithium-ion battery is a secondary battery composed of two compounds that can reversibly intercalate and deintercalation lithium ions as positive and negative electrodes.

When the battery is charged, the metal electrode is melted by the electrolyte, the lithium atoms in the cathode are ionized into lithium ions and electrons, and the lithium ions move to the anode to synthesize lithium atoms with electrons. During discharge, lithium atoms are ionized from the anode surface within the graphite crystal into lithium ions and electrons, and lithium atoms are synthesized at the cathode.

The secondary battery is charged before starting to use the battery, and electrons are stored in the negative electrode in advance. The stored electrons move to the positive electrode when the battery is used to generate electricity.

Why do we choose SAKO?

With 28 years of expertise in the field, SAKO produces lithium-ion battery products of a stable, safe, and dependable quality that is well-regarded by consumers.

SAKO’s lithium-ion battery products have developed several series, from 12V, 24V, to 48V. SAKO is constantly innovating and developing higher-voltage lithium-ion batteries.

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