Yes, fire suppression works by removing oxygen which can be a displacement method such as bromotrifluoromethane being injected into the compartment, at least as long as nothing living will be in the area. I read a power specification for these batteries, will see if I can find it again, and the amount of power output was very high. Conventional battery systems just can't do it unless you load a truck full of heavy batteries onboard. Another thing they did was to mold the batteries to fit the compartment. Another not doable with old style batteries.