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ERRA has entered the YESS (Your Energy Storage Solution) Battery into General Electric’s (GE) Ecomagination Challenge, a competition for the best ideas for building the next-generation power grid to meet the needs of the 21st century. Your vote will allow us to further develop our clean and sustainable technologies and all their practical applications such as safe and reliable power for eectric vehicles, stable and scalable power solutions for telecommunications towers, and energy storage solutions for wind and solar power infastructure.

Voting ends September 30, 2010.

Don’t delay! Vote now!

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 - 1:25pm

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ERRA’s YESS Battery – An Integral Part of the Next-Generation Power Grid
 
Atmospheric pollution has been steadily increasing due to human activity such as burning fossil fuels and deforestation. Our future depends on the development of alternative energy technologies to meet the world's growing needs. ERRA, a clean tech company committed to the commercialization of green, and renewable energy products powered by its proprietary reversible hydride technologies, is committed to keeping our planet green by becoming an integral part of the next-generation of America's power grid.
 
ERRA’s YESS (Your Energy Storage Solution) Battery is a patented, proprietary technology that significantly advances the capabilities of the time tested Nickel Hydrogen electrochemistry transforming it into the battery of the 21st century. The YESS Battery transcends the best features of nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) and nickel-hydrogen (NiH) batteries. The YESS battery is more competitive in cost and energy density than other commonly used battery chemistries. In addition, by isolating the hydrogen in a solid state, the YESS battery has eliminated the safety risks associated with free hydrogen gas or thermal runaway making it safer than advanced lithium ion battery chemistries or any other known battery chemistry.
 
ERRA has entered the YESS Battery into General Electric’s (GE) Ecomagination Challenge, a competition for the best ideas for building the next-generation power grid to meet the needs of the 21st century. Your vote will allow us to further develop our clean and sustainable technologies and all their practical applications such as reliable power for long range electric vehicles, stable and scalable power solutions for telecommunications towers, and energy storage solutions for wind and solar power infastructure.
 
By voting for the YESS Battery you will help:
·      Save our environment through further development in sustainable clean energy products.
·      Avoid future environmental disasters like BP’s Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.
·      Eliminate the safety risks associated with free hydrogen gas or thermal runaway such as carbon dioxide.
 
Click the follwing link to vote, VOTE NOW!
This will bring you to the YESS Battery's contest entry page.
Click the green "Vote for this idea" icon.
You will be asked to register, but the process is 100% safe, fast, simple and free.
The deadline is tomorrow, September 30, 2010, so don't delay! VOTE NOW!
 
Thank you in advance for your votes. With your help, ERRA can continue to strive for a green planet powered by clean energy! Don’t forget to share this with everyone you know committed to sustainability!
 
 
About ERRA
ERRA Incorporated (ERRA) was founded in 2006 by CEO James Hogarth as a clean technology company. ERRA is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas with additional offices in New Jersey.
 
ERRA’s primary focus is on its high power, long life cycle, “YESS” Battery. This Nickel Hydrogen battery technology is scalable and provides energy solutions for a wide variety of applications including electric and hybrid-electric vehicles, telecommunications infrastructure, wind and solar energy storage, utility load leveling, consumer products and various military applications.
 
ERRA acquired Ergenics Corporation (Ergenics) in 2009 and Ergenics’ patented reversible Hydride Technology. The acquisition provided ERRA with industry leading solid-state hydrogen energy technology for its growing portfolio of clean technology solutions.
 

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Keywords: battery / clean technology / Energy / Ergenics Corporation / erra / GE Ecomagination Challenge / James Hogarth / renewable energy / Sustainable / yess

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