Batteries Energy cost per Watt/Hour

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HCT
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Can anyone give me a good feel of what energy cost is per Watt/hours for various chemistries , looking in the 1,000 to 3,000 watts/hours
total stored energy , capable of being used at the 1C to 4C drain .
Am I correct in taking the EB50-12 which is a 12 volts 50A/H ( at the 20 hours) total energy is 600 W/H @ 20 hours which I think translate to about half at the 1 hour discharge = 300 W/H this pack price is $ 105.00 or about $ .16 per W/H at low drain to $.33 W/H for high drain.
Is there a market for a $ .50 W/H batteries at high drain ( less than 1 hours ) capable of +500 100% DOD , UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE to do the 500 cycles (A BMS is attached to the pack ,which registere the total A/H taken out ) .

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Re: Batteries Energy cost per Watt/Hour

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Based on this post, and other similar ones, I would say mn_aerorider1 might have a answer to your question.

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Re: Batteries Energy cost per Watt/Hour

For a more accurate cost/wh analysis you can look up the power timetables from the spec sheets found at http://www.bb-battery.com

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Is there a market for a $ .50 W/H batteries at high drain ( less than 1 hours ) capable of +500 100% DOD , UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE to do the 500 cycles (A BMS is attached to the pack ,which registere the total A/H taken out ) .

Are you planning to sell a BMS or something?

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