Mobile, simple, non-polluting, electrical storage in small units ticks all the boxes

Mobilize and the start-up betteries have developed modular and mobile energy storage units by reusing second-life batteries from electric vehicles. The aim is to replace objects traditionally powered by fossil fuels with electricity-powered objects. Combustion engine generators for example, which create too much pollution, will be consigned to the past!

find out more about modular energy storage

These turnkey, connected storage units called “betterPacks” can store electricity on a small scale. They can then be added to each other, at will, to achieve the required power according to the end use. Discover some of the solutions already developed within the Mobilize ecosystem to make optimal use of green electricity, no matter where on the map.
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a true ecological rubik’s cube

As part of the industrial partnership between Mobilize and the start-up company betteries, the Refactory in Flins assembles second life electric battery modules, to create the betterPack, the core of the energy storage device. The betterPacks can be added or removed depending on the required power and capacity. The betterGen electric generator, for example, saves up to 10 tonnes of CO2 compared to a conventional generator.
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STORY

why upcycle electric car batteries?

Since 2000, the number of lithium-ion batteries being produced has increased 80-fold. Mobilize and betteries are committed to extending the lifespan and reducing the carbon footprint of these batteries. What’s the first challenge? Ensuring that batteries remain useful after having powered an electric car. They’re ideal for the second-hand market!
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a clean, mobile and silent generator

The betterGen produces up to 230 volts of pollution-free electricity and can be recharged via a solar panel. Versatile and mobile, it’s perfect for outdoor use, for example, to power a food truck or different types of festival equipment. And of course, it’s also silent when in operation.
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