1. Oak Ridge National Lab Is Deep Into Second Use Battery Control System Development

    Oak Ridge National Lab Is Deep Into Second Use Battery Control System Development

    Oak Ridge researcher Michael Starke has been leading a project supported by the Office of Electricity’s Energy Storage Program to create and enhance controls for second-use battery energy storage, including testing of a 15 kilowatt system at a Habitat for Humanity home site in North Carolina. Testing is also taking place at an Oak Ridge research house in a neighborhood near the lab.

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