Introducing the World’s first totally renewable lithium-ion battery

Award-winning clean technology company, Aceleron has launched the first reusable, repairable and fully recyclable lithium-ion battery of its kind.

Introducing the World’s first totally renewable lithium-ion battery

The Essential battery by Aceleron – the World’s first totally renewable lithium-ion battery

Award-winning clean technology company, Aceleron has launched the first reusable, repairable and fully recyclable lithium-ion battery of its kind.

Using a unique compression technology method developed by Aceleron, each individual part of the battery can be accessed either to repair, replace or upgrade, giving it an endless lifespan which is much kinder to the planet and keeps long term costs down. Providing uninterrupted, reliable power at several different voltages, the Essential  covers a range of high-spec, high-voltage applications from leisure vehicles to medical response vehicles and light electric vehicles.

Aceleron’s Chief Technical Officer and Co-founder, Carlton Cummins said:

“Up until now, batteries have unfortunately been treated as a disposable consumer product, without much thought to what the disposal of these batteries looks like. We are passionate about making sure that 100% of the materials in our batteries will continue to be used for as long as possible - preferably forever."

“The Essential is the same size as a group-31 battery, offering up to four times the cycle life and three times more continuous power than a lead-acid battery. It is easy to install in three different positions, is half the weight of a traditional battery and is ergonomically designed to be sleek and portable.”

The Essential’s robust, rubberised, lightweight design makes it an ideal choice for a variety of uses.  It is the most practical and portable battery on the market, providing reliable power at several different voltages whilst also being the most sustainable battery available today.


Designed for the future

With the UK government’s commitment to reaching net zero by 2050, firms across all sectors will be expected to develop and implement carbon reduction plans as soon as this September, pushing sustainability even higher up the priority list.

Carlton adds: “As technology evolves, we have the ability to upgrade individual components without the need to discard the entire battery, staying true to our company ethos of promoting reuse and remanufacture over waste, contributing to the increasingly crucial circular economy.  

“The Essential’s infinite lifespan means that this powerful, high-performance battery is the most sustainable, low-waste lithium-ion battery in the world, something that we are extremely proud of.”

June 23, 2021