Many nations today have put in efforts to revolutionize traditional energy solutions through the adoption of green energy resources, Japan has been a prominent player.
As part of such efforts, Japan is now trying to utilize power from high-capacity storage batteries that combines green energy solutions like solar.
However, batteries rely mainly on power off the grid and their power output is poor. Chipping in with their tech expertise is Toshiba, who has introduced a new home storage battery system named the eneGoon.
Toshiba claims that the battery has the capacity to power your refrigerator, TV, PC, and lights for 12 hours on a single charge. It is essentially a rechargeable battery with special controls and sine-wave generators.
The usual charging period is 5 hours, but it has a rapid charge mode that reduces the time to 2 hours.
The SuperCharge Ion Battery requires less time to recharge than those typical lithium-ion batteries. The maximum power output of the eneGoon is 3.0kVA.
It can power appliances up to 200V. If you don’t want power for the whole 12 hours, then you can switch on more power dragging appliances like the air conditioning system.
Though the pricing has not yet announced, it is definitively not going to be too cheap. We guess eneGoon will definitely help to cut down your power bills. It is expected to launch in November and Toshiba hopes to sell around 12,000 units per year.