Our passion for energy storage runs deep. We believe that energy storage has the ability to make an important contribution towards making renewable energy a more reliable energy source – making it available wherever and whenever it is needed.
Our passion for energy storage runs deep.
Energy storage is now a prime determinant of how quickly society can effectively shift from its dependency on fossil fuel consumption to more effective use of renewable resources.
As one of the leading energy storage companies, everyone at Ecoult, and our great team of partners, aims to be a significant contributor to the innovation and transformation process necessary to transition to a renewables based economy.
Formed in 2007 by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Australia, energy storage company Ecoult was acquired by the United States-based East Penn Manufacturing Company Inc. in 2010.
East Penn (founded in 1946) manufactures Deka® UltraBattery® in their state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Lyon Station, Pennsylvania with the upmost commitment to quality, safety and recyclability.
Ecoult utilises its rights toward the Deka UltraBattery technology and intelligent energy management systems developed by the CSIRO, and its own development intellectual property, to provide complete energy storage solutions and modules that are ready for custom integration.
We design, engineer and integrate Deka UltraBattery energy storage solutions that enable the continuous management of energy intermittencies and shifting of energy. Based on the hybrid, long-life lead acid Deka UltraBattery technology, our solutions are practical, safe and environmentally sound – making it the energy storage of choice for wind and solar farms, grid ancillary services and remote microgrids.
As an energy storage company of choice, we accompany our customers through the entire lifecycle of the energy storage solution: from design and implementation of the solution, to continuous monitoring of its performance and buy-back and recycling of the battery units at the end of a project.