Capacity restoration



Batteries are sensitive to their operating conditions. If not kept within required limits, they tend to fail, lose their capacity and need to be replaced by new ones often well before reaching the designed lifespan.
A large part of these batteries can be saved - their capacity can be restored and lifespan prolonged by using our technology.

The principle

Our non-invasive battery capacity approach is based on our proprietary hardware devices, which are applying electrical impulses of certain shape, frequency and intensity into the batteries.
This "optimized charging" can clean internal environment of the battery, restore the capacity and prolong the lifespan - even beyond the producer original parameters.

Financial benefits

Our solution can save battery owners up to 85% of yearly total ownership costs expenses, when compared to the new battery.

Environmental impact

Our solution reduces the carbon footprint significantly. We can save more than 20 kg of CO2 on each 1 kWh of restored battery capacity, which would be otherwise generated by production of new battery.
If we regenerate all the batteries that degrade prematurely every year and are replaced with new ones, we would save at least 2 million tonnes of CO2 each year, which are unnecessarily produced in the form of new batteries.

Battery types


The capacity restoration principle is well-known and successfully used on this chemistry. Our company has significantly improved the technical solutions existing on the market with aspects of automation and efficiency, as well as diagnostics and prediction of the technical condition of batteries.
Battery types by utilization:
Backup, traction/forklift, solar, large car-starter
Battery types by design:
AGM, Gel, wet/flooded


Possibility of lithium batteries capacity restoration is still not fully understood yet. There are already some promising results of university R&D projects which indicate, that applying the similar approach which we are using successfully for Lead-Acid batteries, should be possible also for Lithium batteries. We however do not know yet to what extent our approach is applicable - if only partial health improvements, or if fully capacity recovery is possible for lithium batteries. It is also unsure to which lithium chemistries is it applicable and all these aspects will be the subject of our intensive interest and research in the future. 

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