Case Studies

Living Off the Grid

Using wind, water, and solar power, Eigg – an island off the coast of Scotland — has become one of the...

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Lead Carbon Batteries Chosen for Tibetan Power Plant

Advances in technology, costs benefits and recyclability reasons led energy storage company China Shoto...

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Fostering African Economic Activity and Increased Standard of Living

Solar microgrid installations in Nigeria and Tanzania are providing reliable electricity to remote...

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Trusting Lead Batteries for First Microgrid Powered Entirely by Solar

Stafford Hill Solar Farm in Rutland, VT, is the first solar microgrid funded by the U.S. Department of Energy...

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Powering Alcatraz Island’s Tourism

Alcatraz has always been cut off from the mainland, with no power lines. Today, its tourism business benefits...

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Meeting Minnesota Requirements

Minnesota’s Renewable Energy Standard is one of the nation’s strongest renewable energy standards,...

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Springfield, MO, Delivers 35 Percent Renewable Energy

City Utilities of Springfield installed a lead battery energy storage system that will allow renewable energy...

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Missouri S&T Solar Microgrids

The lead battery industry and Missouri University of Science and Technology embark on a three-year study of...

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Carole Mars The Sustainability Consortium Director

The high recycling rate of U.S. lead batteries means a large percent of U.S. lead battery manufacturing supply chain inputs (73% of its lead) are sourced from domestic recyclers.

Dr. Carole Mars, Director of Technical Development and Innovation, The Sustainability Consortium