Cadenza CEO Christina Lampe-Onnerud will Present “Building a (Li-)Bridge: Revolutionizing the U.S. Battery Supply Chain” at the International Battery Seminar & Exhibit on March 13, 2024 at 2:20 PM
Cadenza Innovation offers safe and reliable back-up power systems, suitable for most IT installations in schools, libraries, and businesses. The Cadence series UPS enables configurable product options to match customer requirements and to grow in capability as site assets expand. Cadenza combines innovative safety designs with the affordable advantages of lithium-ion battery technology and delivers a UPS product with exceptional performance that assures key system infrastructure function and critical data protection. With Cadence UPS installed, the total cost of ownership is greatly reduced compared to legacy lead acid technology because long battery life enables 2-3 times longer service life.
The Cadence UPS series can deliver 6.8 kW or 17.2 kW with 120/240 or 208 VAC, depending on product configuration. Backup power duration is scalable in 5 kWh increments based on the installed quantity of stackable lithium-ion battery modules. The Cadence series uses a hybrid inverter with integrated charger, conditioning power to protect and maintain equipment function, providing instantaneous response to power outages, and safely managing battery charging and discharging.
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Recorded in front of a live audience at Deloitte’s Next Generation CEO event (Deloitte is also a sponsor of this podcast), Lampe-Onnerud details the rise of the global battery industry, explains why her first company wound up going to the Chinese, and lays out what needs to happen in order for the U.S. to compete in this space.
This is the first installation for storage battery developer Cadenza Innovations in its home state of Connecticut, where it has headquarters in Danbury under CEO Christina Lampe-Onnerud. The company designed its system so that many batteries can be linked together modularly for the power needs of any facility, from homes to large commercial structures requiring utility-scale power.
Bridgeport, Connecticut, has announced its partnership with Cadenza Innovation by choosing its modular, high-safety, lithium-ion battery energy storage system (BESS) technology for a pilot project.
The New York Power Authority announced today that it received an Innovation Icon award from Cloud for Utilities for a first-of-its-kind battery storage system expected to serve as a model for commercial buildings looking for safer, lower-cost energy storage solutions. The pilot program spotlights Cadenza Innovation’s superCell lithium-ion battery technology to showcase the role that energy storage can serve in enhancing demand management and grid flexibility while helping to advance New York State’s nation-leading climate and clean energy goals.