Sustainable Energy Storage

energyBRICK is a unique fully automated energy storage solution for universal accumulation and effective distribution of electrical energy.

Project Manager

Daniil Makogonov
Daniil is a practitioner in the fields of electronics and radiophysics and a great expert in energetics, particularly in the alternative methods or renewable generation, gas industry, and printing sector.

energyBRICK advantages

Innovative alkaline battery based on nickel-porous frame with signature technical & consumer features
The battery can be made in any shape – circular, square, figured, that allows using versatile variations of energyBRICK in different industrial design

Specifications

  • 25 000 charge-discharge cycles
  • No memory effect – can be fully depleted
  • Lifetime 15-25 years
  • Operation in a wide temperature range from -50С to +90C
  • Low self-discharge – max 5% per annum
  • Ultra-fast charging with high-amperage currents
  • Safe operation and easy maintenance
  • High efficiency due to the lack of heat losses

Green Energy Distribution

Generation

Renewable energy sources
energyBRICK can be connected to a power grid or any alternative power source, such as solar panels & wind turbines, and waste to energy system ADGEX greenBLAZE

Storage

Customized scalable power storage
Mobility and modular design of the energyBRICK units allows forming high-effective storage facilities of any size and capacity

Logistics

Electricity delivery
energyBRICK units are delivered by all transportation means. Thanks to low self-discharge, which is as little as 5% per annum, even transportation over long distances ensures reliable delivery of the electricity with minimal energy losses

Individual Power Grids

Smart Cities
Industrial and commercial objects
Hard-to-reach regions
Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) Facilities provide failure-free operation of an equipment in case of power outages
Stable and urgent power supply in case of emergency. Development of local microgrids to make the objects less reliant on centralized power supply systems
Delivery of electric energy to isolated regions, providing remote communities with uniterrupted energy supply

Applicability

Indoor Solutions
Household grid-connected energyBRICK units
For domestic use
Outdoor Solutions
Independent power supply for commercial objects
For industrial use
E-mobility
Use of energyBRICK as a universal traction battery for electric transport
For E-transport

energyBRICK Timeline

energyBRICK Timeline

November
Purchase of consumables for a mass production of industrial storages energyBRICK
October
Purchase of equipment for a mass production line of industrial storages energyBRICK
February
Purchase of consumables for a mass production of traction batteries energyBRICK
January
Construction of production base for manufacturing of industrial storages energyBRICK
January
Design of production base for manufacturing of industrial storages energyBRICK
January
Purchase of equipment for a mass production line of traction batteries energyBRICK
January
Allocation of current assets
December
Presentation of energyBRICK as a part of waste to energy processor at the offsite of the State Duma Committee of Russian Federation
November
Presentation of energyBRICK as a part of waste-to-energy processor at All-Russian Conference on Agrarian Issues
October
Selection of an appropriate site to set up a mass production line for manufacturing of industrial storages energyBRICK
October
Selection of a site to set up a mass production line of traction batteires for e-transport
September
Presentation of the energyBRICK project at the 4th Innovation Forum and the Forum “Russian Industrialist”
August
Independent testing of the energyBRICK unit.
Official lab tests in an accredited laboratory
August
The energyBRICK project is officially supported by the Government of Australia. As a result - the project is enlisted into the National Program “BioFuture”
July
Presentation of the energyBRICK unit as a part of integrated project on the 1st International Forum on Waste Management
July
Registration of Technical Specifications No 27.20.20-002-31023064-2017 in “Standartinform” Agency
July
Development of Technical Specifications “Energy Storage Unit of Nickel-Zinc Type – the Model NEAT-120”
May
Preliminary negotiations about placement of order for the energyBRICK units
February
Conduct of International presentation, Signing of MoUs
January
Presentation of the energyBRICK project to the Government of Australia
January
Certification of the samples by Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University
September
Development of optimization modes.
Conceptualization of the “energyBRICK”
July
Participation in “Energy Future Conference” in Sydney, Australia
April
Participation in “Electrotrans” exhibition in Moscow, Russian Federation
2015
Optimization of the energyBRICK structure based on research and testing results, creation of the model, its testing, upgrade, and production of a prototype
2014
Production of a laboratory model, optimization of its structure and operating modes
2007
Laboratory research & development of the operating principle:
- Production of various materials for accumulating plates;
- Production of an electrochemical cell