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City of Phoenix contracts with Higher Wire solidifying the reliability of their renewed batteries for everyday use
The City of Phoenix, renowned for its unwavering commitment to sustainability and renewable energy, recognizes the exceptional potential of Higher Wire's renewed battery solutions. As part of this contract, Higher Wire will provide its innovative battery systems for stationary applications at several local parks and integrate them within solar installations. The City's decision to choose Higher Wire underscores its confidence in the reliability, efficiency, and scalability of the company's battery technology, specifically in the renewed battery space.
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Higher Wire's New Battery Line to Tackle Waste and Inefficiency Using Proprietary Testing and Use of Quality Cells
Although battery-powered products have tripled since President Biden took office, the U.S. depends on foreign sources for many of the processed versions of critical minerals needed to source and produce these batteries. The current administration has taken action to secure a reliable and sustainable battery supply chain. The launch of Higher Wire's new product line is a significant step toward achieving this goal, as their batteries are proven to dramatically improve waste and inefficiency within the battery supply chain, saving end-users significant dollars and manufacturing from wasting millions of sourcing.
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Department of Energy Awards Small Business Innovation Research Grant to Higher Wire Inc.
The project, titled "High-gain Cell-level all-GaN-based Soft-switched CLLC Resonant Converter System for Grid-Tied Energy Storage Systems," aims to address the inherent weaknesses of battery modules that use series-connected cells to boost their voltage, wherein individual cells heavily impact overall system performance and a single cell failure may shutdown the entire system. Higher Wire has partnered with Arizona State University's Ira A Fulton School of Engineering for the project.
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