Nelinor reveals world’s first energy storage battery powered by AI
Thu 27 Jul 2023
Nelinor, a startup specialising in energy solutions, announced the world’s first energy storage battery powered by AI. This remarkable breakthrough not only revolutionises the power storage industry, but also reflects Nelinor’s commitment to promoting greener and more sustainable energy usage.
Unleashing the future of energy
The AI capabilities built into the system enable smart energy management, ensuring optimal power utilisation and minimising energy waste.
The battery has been engineered to offer durability. A cornerstone of the battery’s design is its ability to support sustainable energy consumption. It is part of Nelinor’s broader effort to transition to a more sustainable energy model, thereby reducing the environmental impact of power storage.
Capitalising on lowest price hours to reduce energy costs
Nelinor incorporates machine learning AI into the grid battery system. Unlike traditional batteries that rely on basic manual principles of charging during low-price hours, Nelinor’s AI technology analyses real-time electricity spot prices and automatically charges the battery when the prices are low. It then discharges the battery when the prices are high. This automated process maximises savings and ensures efficient utilisation of electricity and it is no longer needed to manually charge and discharge.
Nelinor’s battery offers a hassle-free alternative to traditional energy storage batteries. It can be easily connected to any wall socket, using the same cable for both charging and discharging. This makes the setup process quick and simple.
In a recent statement, the CEO of Nelinor positioned the company as a leading force in green energy solutions: ‘The launch of our AI-powered energy storage battery underscores our enduring commitment to sustainable innovation. By harnessing the power of AI for superior energy management, we are not just launching a product – we are paving the way for an industry transformation. This represents a monumental step forward in our mission to cultivate a more sustainable future.”
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