The modular batteries built by Aceleron, founded in 2016, are formed of trays of cells imported from the Far East. They are designed to be dismantled and rebuilt, unlike traditional lithium-ion batteries supplied to the automotive industry. It makes them easier to service and keep working.
Through a partnership with the Shell Foundation and London-based BBOXX the batteries will be fitted into individual homes to power people’s televisions, fridges and lighting.
Read more: The Telegraph