Low carbon lift: Firms create battery system that 'cuts elevator energy use in half'

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The system is already in operations in buildings across Europe, the firms claim
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The system is already in operations in buildings across Europe, the firms claim

Renenerative graphene battery can halve the energy use of elevators, claim developers Skeleton Technologies and Epic Power

Energy storage specialist Skeleton Technologies has teamed up with Spanish electronics firm Epic Power to develop a system they claim can halve the power consumption of elevators, thereby slashing energy...

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