JLM Energy provides energy storage to the Colorado School of Mines Tiny House

By Kathie Zipp JLM Energy, an energy technology company, was selected to provide off-grid energy storage for the Colorado School of Mines Tiny House that will be on display at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon starting this weekend in Denver. The Energizr 100 off-grid system was paid for in part by Honeywell, as well as funds raised by the School of Mines student group.
Energizr 100 is a grid-resilient, residential essential loads energy storage system, designed to provide emergency back-up power and keep solar systems productive during power outages. It uses Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries with a capacity of 8.8 kWh.

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