|Date||Thursday, April 15, 2021|
|Time||1:30 PM - 2:00 PM CDT|
Organizations in different industries have been faced with a growing CO2 emissions problem. In the past, companies would rely on government regulations to provide direction on energy use and emissions. But today, business leaders are increasingly setting their own sustainability targets including energy use and CO2 emissions. Companies with fleets of material handling equipment are looking for solutions to help lessen their carbon footprint. The use of high-efficiency lithium-ion batteries may be one solution. As a lithium-ion technology company, Flux Power conducted a study with a global beverage manufacturer to quantify how much energy can be saved and how much CO2 can be eliminated when making the switch from lead acid to lithium-ion batteries. As data was collected over a period of six months, the results showed significant energy savings and a reduction in CO2 emissions compared to lead acid batteries.
How much CO2 can be eliminated by switching over to lithium-ion from lead acid batteries
How lithium-ion technology can reduce energy use
|Paulus Geantil||Flux Power|