Prismatic Cells Maximize Energy In Tight Spaces

K2 Energy's Prismatic cells are said to make the most use of space by using a layering approach with a compressing outer layer to maximize energy density in a tight space. The cell's small square size makes it suitable for many applications and K2 Energy's inherently safer Lithium Iron Phosphate chemistry will make these cells a strong contender for energy storage.


"These safe and compact Prismatic cells have amazing potential for so many applications," said Cameron De Vries, Business Development Manager for K2 Energy. "The benefits of Lithium Iron Phosphate in the Prismatic format will bring new and substantial value to the energy industry."

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"K2 Energy is focused on being a resourceful and innovative solution for the world's energy storage needs," said Sean Campbell Chief Executive Officer of K2 Energy. "These new Prismatic cells are evidence of our search for the best energy storage solutions. We are constantly working for our customers to achieve their energy goals and this is what drives K2 Energy forward." For more info, visit K2 Energy.

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