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Didn't know these were a thing - interesting.
https://interestingengineering.com/thes ... ompetition
Glubux, a French forum member of DIYPowerwalls, told Vice’s Motherboard that their wall could store up to 28kWh.
"I run all the house with it, in fact, I even bought an electric oven and induction cooking plate to use the extra energy during summer," they claimed.
Don't blame me - I voted remain
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Battery development is progressing with amazing speed, driven by the needs of both mobile phones and cars. I read recently that the latest lithium-ion types are only a small fraction of the cost of their equivalents of a few years ago.