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August 26, 2008

Mtg: L-Cell Energy Storage from Deeya

by @ 10:03 pm. Filed under ALL, Computers/Software, Electrical/Power, Electronics Design, Engineering Mgmt, Semiconductors
 

THURSDAY September 18, 2008
SCV Power Electronics Kickoff Meeting to Restart Chapter
Speaker: Saroj Sahu, Founder & Izak Bencuya Executive Director. Deeya
Time: Pizza & Networking 6:00 PM, Business Mtg and Presentation at 6:30 PM
Cost: Donations for food accepted
Place: SEMI Global Headquarters, at 3081 Zanker Road at Montaque Expwy, San Jose
RSVP: by email to Rich Keller, rkeller@rakinc.com

 

Deeya Energy is a technology start-up focused on developing and manufacturing Electrical Energy Storage Systems based on its proprietary technology called L-Cell.? The systems are based on a novel battery technology that allows a new level of cost and performance metrics to be reached in the energy industry.

DeeyaĆ¢??s products are focused on peak-off-peak Load Shifting, a market estimated to be worth $10B for electricity consumers and worth $160B for electricity producers and distributors. ? They are also for commercial energy storage in Renewable Energy and UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) industries, presently estimated at $5B, and inadequately served mostly by Lead-Acid batteries and diesel generators.

Deeya L-Cells are suitable and economic replacements for Lead-Acid batteries and diesel generators for applications requiring 2-50kVA of power and 4-24 hours of backup. ? The lifetime of a Deeya L-Cell is 7 years, after which it can be refurbished with minimal cost to run for another 7 years, ad infinitum. The L-Cells require minimal or no maintenance during this period. ? They are temperature independent and can be placed in an outside environment. ? Most importantly, they can be charged very fast. A 4-hour system can be charged in about 2 hours.

The system represents a Clean Energy Technology, with no poisonous or expensive metals or fume release. ? L-Cells are effectively 3 times cheaper than Lead-Acid batteries, and 10-20 times cheaper than NiMH, Li-Ion and Fuel Cell options.

 

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