Aceleron’s partnership with Total Access to Energy Solutions (Tates) to expand clean energy accessibility and tackle unsustainable battery waste in Kenya.
Engineering news (article by Marleny Arnoldi) talks about Aceleron’s partnership with Total Access to Energy Solutions (Tates) to expand clean energy accessibility and tackle unsustainable battery waste in Kenya by repurposing old battery packs.
This will be done by converting “Tates and its partners’ waste lithium-ion battery cells into repairable, upgradable and affordable long-cycle reusable battery packs to bring cleaner power to more than 800 people in off-grid communities across Kenya and its neighbours – Benin, Rwanda and Libya.”
A major motivation for Aceleron’s founders, Dr Amrit Chandan and Carlton Cummins, is to make batteries more sustainable and tackle the growing mountain of battery waste in Kenya and across the world. Less than 5% of lithium-ion batteries are recycled and the world is expected to generate two-million tonnes of waste batteries every year by 2030.
Aceleron, the award-winning company specialising in sustainable battery technology, has joined forces with Amdaris, a leading software delivery specialist, to unlock the full potential of batteries through a synergy of hardware and software solutions.
Aceleron Energy, a pioneering provider of sustainable energy solutions, is proud to announce its success in securing funding under the Green Home Finance Accelerator programme as part of the UK Government’s Net Zero Innovation Portfolio.
Aceleron has been shortlisted for the 2023 Ashden Award for Integrated Energy Africa in recognition of their innovative work in sustainable battery solutions. The Ashden Awards are a globally recognised platform that acknowledges and supports impactful climate solutions from around the world.