Engineers at an electronics company are building a battery to store electricity and then deliver it when it’s needed.
The battery is called a Peltier Battery.
It’s made from a single sheet of carbon nanotubes, which make it incredibly durable.
The company behind it, Bluepoint, calls it a “micro-power station” that can store electricity to power electronics, cameras, and other devices.
“Micro-power stations are the future of battery storage,” said Bluepoint’s CEO and CTO, Joe Dombrowski.
The Peltiers battery, which is about 4.2 square feet, weighs about 5 pounds and costs about $500.
It also uses less energy than batteries in larger, more expensive powerhouses.
The team at Bluepoint is also working on an affordable, portable power station.
It’s called the Energy Storage Power Plant (ESPPT).
The EPPT is a 5,000-watt, three-channel inverter that can be used to store up to 20 percent of the electricity you use when it charges up.
It can be installed on the roof of a house, a garage, a truck bed, or a home office, and it can also be plugged into a utility like a utility meter.
It can also power a car or a bicycle.
The Energy Storage Peltie is not a household appliance, but Bluepoint hopes it will be useful for a wider variety of applications.
“The energy storage industry is huge, and we’re excited to be part of it,” Dombwski said.
“With the energy storage boom we’re seeing, we really need this technology to help meet the growing demand.”