Yill is a small, mobile energy storage unit. She can power a modern workstation for two to three days without cords or cables. Yill stores energy in a rechargable lithium titanium battery, which is much better than conventional lithium ion technology for several reasons: it’s extremely safe, recharges very quickly and has a significant longer operating life.
Yill can supply equipment with up to 300 watts of electricity. Recharging her is simple: just plug her into a charging station that draws power from renewable sources, or into any normal socket. Because Yill offsets peak loads by storing energy from the power grid, she helps integrate more renewable energies into your network. It is a design of Werner Aislinger, winner of the Red Dot design Award.