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Sodium ion battery


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I looked at it a while ago. Some things I noted:

 

1. This takes a LOT of floor space for the same capacity (ie energy density is low).

2. Can't charge or discharge very fast, so you'll need a lot of it to handle peak charge/demand

3. Cost per kwh is comparable to lead acid, but due to point 2 above, initial investment is a barrier to entry.

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