Zendure Semi-Solid State Home Energy System

  • September 6, 2022
  • William Payne

Clean energy tech start-up Zendure has launched a portable home energy system which claims to be first production system to employ semi-solid state batteries. The SuperBase V claims to be able to fully recharge in a single hour, and has an output of 3,800W to 7,600W.

Developers have faced problems scaling out solid state batteries. Emerging semi solid state technology may offer a better alternative to large scale energy storage. Semi solid state batteries are flow batteries that employ solid battery active materials.

SuperBase V is a system with semi-solid state batteries that is is customisable with a capacity of 6.4 kWh to 64 kWh. It provides 120V/240V dual-voltage output and support for solar panels and EV charging, and can be charged to 6.6kWh using a satellite expansion module for solar power paired with AC outlet power in just one hour, making the energy system versatile. Use cases range from smart home to electric vehicle charging, camping, and off-grid use. 

“The rising cost of energy, recent natural disasters, grid failures, and lack of energy access are becoming a critical concern for communities around the world,” said Bryan Liu, CEO & Founder of Zendure. “When people and communities are without power, even for a day, it’s not just the comforts and conveniences of modern life that are lost, rather energy is about survival and connection. Zendure is offering a solution that delivers energy security and long-term cost savings.”

Standard features include support for public charging stations and for electric vehicles with Level 2 charging, as well as independent RV output from the optional Satellite Batteries. Additional batteries and solar panels allow all users to fully enjoy economic benefits while securing their home energy with a customised solution.