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Xolta battery approved for private residents

The Danish battery maker celebrates its placement on the list of batteries approved for the domestic grid.

Photo: PR Xolta

Danish battery manufacturer Lithium Balance's new battery from its subsidiary Xolta has entered industry organization Danish Energy's list of batteries meeting the requirements for Denmark's electricity grid.

The new battery can store and provide power for a single-family home and reportedly self-updates online, which Xolta says will help consumers make use of time-differentiated electricity tariffs in the future.

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