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In addition to being safer, greener and more reliable than Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VLRA) batteries, ATX’s Areca Hybrid Supercapacitor energy storage modules can reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of your backup power operations over the long term. Several factors can impact the overall cost of an energy storage solution, including equipment costs, maintenance expenses and, of course, the lifespan of the medium, which relates directly to recycling and replacement expenses. An ATX cost analysis suggests that communications service providers can decrease capital and operational expenditures, in comparison to VRLA batteries, as well as labor costs associated with installation, deinstallation and recycling, through the adoption of hybrid supercapacitors. Hybrid supercapacitors, largely a set-and-forget proposition, normally do not require maintenance throughout the duration of their deployment.

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