Zendure's Forward-Thinking Energy Storage System Raises over $5 Million On Kickstarter
Zendure launched its new, innovative home energy system on Kickstarter and SuperBase V has raised five million dollars.
November 10, 2022. By News Bureau
Zendure launched its new, innovative home energy system on Kickstarter. As of today, SuperBase V has raised five million dollars. The campaign will run until Nov. 19.
As part of the Kickstarter campaign, Zendure is offering SuperBase V at a Super Early Bird price of $2,499 (LiFePO4 version) and $3,799 (semi-solid-state version). After the end of the Kickstarter campaign, SuperBase V will be available on Zendure's website.
SuperBase V is the first home energy storage system with semi-solid-state batteries and a customizable capacity from 6.4kWh to 64kWh. With simultaneous 120/240V AC output, solar compatibility, and EV charging capabilities, Zendure's system sets a new standard for whole-home energy management.
As extreme weather and natural disasters continue to strain power infrastructure, destabilizing energy costs, and availability, more people are looking for ways to generate and store energy independently.
SuperBase V is designed to address this need in a user-conscious manner that brings industry-leading specifications and revolutionary features into the personal energy storage market: Semi-solid-state batteries deliver customizable capacity from 6.4kWh to 64kWh, with 42% greater energy density than lithium-ion phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries. When used in conjunction with Satellite Expansion batteries and by combining solar and AC power, SuperBase V can be recharged at 6.6kWh in just one hour.
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