KORE Power is a leading developer of high density, high voltage energy storage solutions for utility, industrial and mission-critical markets. The Company designs and manufactures its industry-leading, patent pending 1500Vdc Mark 1 Energy Storage System.
  • The company to commence global delivery of the mark 1™ battery cells.
  • The UL 1973 certification confirms the suitability of lithium battery cells for battery systems used in ‎stationary energy storage applications.
  • The IEC 62619 certification confirms the safe operation of secondary lithium cells and batteries in ‎industrial applications.‎

Idaho — KORE Power announced that its Mark 1™ battery cells have passed the testing and factory audit process required for certification under UN, UL and IEC regulations. With these certifications complete, KORE Power remains on course to fulfill global customer orders for Mark 1™ battery cells this quarter.

The following certifications have been awarded to KORE Power’s Mark 1™ battery cells: UN 38.3; Requirements for Transportation of Batteries Containing Lithium, and UL 1973; Batteries for Use in Stationary, Vehicle Auxiliary Power and LER Applications.

IEC 62619; Secondary Cells and Batteries Containing Alkaline or Other Non-acid Electrolytes – Safety Requirements for Secondary Lithium Cells and Batteries, for use in Industrial Applications.

KORE Power will now focus its efforts on evaluating the Mark 1™ module and rack, with testing beginning early February for UL 1973, UL 1998, UL 991, UN 38.3, and IEC 62619 certifications. These certifications are related to battery usage in stationary energy storage, electric vehicles, the battery management software and transportation of lithium-ion batteries.

In April 2020, KORE Power will commence UL 9540A testing of the Mark 1™ module and rack. The certification for UL 9540A; Test Method for Evaluating Thermal Runaway Fire Propagation in Battery Energy Storage Systems, helps manufacturers prove compliance with new regulations for fire safety and building codes.

The Company will also begin shipping modules and racks that do not require UL 9540A to regions including the U.S., Europe, India, and Australia. The first shipments will be to existing customers and partners, which will enable them to begin testing the Mark 1™ cells, modules and racks for E-Mobility and stationary energy storage applications.

Upon the completion of additional testing and certifications, KORE Power expects to ramp up Mark 1™ Energy Storage System production to participate in large installations in 2020.

“Receiving this first round of certifications represents the completion of a major growth milestone for KORE Power. We’ve promoted the safety, efficacy, and density of KORE Power’s Mark 1™ battery cell, and now we’re able to prove these benefits and fulfill orders for Mark 1™ battery cell for integration into large scale energy storage systems across the globe,” said Lindsay Gorrill, CEO of KORE Power. “Further, we recognize the importance of obtaining UL 9540A certification, particularly with the industry’s push and efforts to enhance safety around battery technologies and are pleased to be queued in UL’s testing lineup. We’re pleased to be a part of the industry’s shift to supply safer battery products.”

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

Facebook, Dominion expand solar partnership with 100 MW in Virginia

Previous article

Hydro One and Ontario Power Generation create an entity to install the largest EV fast-charger network in Ontario

Next article

You may also like


Comments are closed.

More in News