Startup EnerVault Rethinks Flow Battery Chemistry

Views - MIT Technology Review 2013-03-28


EnerVault later this year will test its first grid-scale flow battery that uses low-cost materials and proprietary pumping system.

Flow batteries have emerged as one of most promising ways to store many hours of energy on the electricity grid. To make costs more competitive, startup EnerVault is pursuing a novel chemistry and unique mechanical design. 


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Date tagged:

03/28/2013, 15:36

Date published:

03/22/2013, 07:00