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Recycled Vanadium to Lower Cost and Increase Performance of Energy Storage

Imergy Power Systems, a pioneer in advanced energy storage systems, today introduced the ESP30 series, a new generation of vanadium flow batteries that dramatically lowers the cost and increases the performance and flexibility of energy storage systems for utilities, renewable energy projects, microgrids, and commercial and industrial customers, Market Wired writes in an article.

It is the first battery from Imergy to use secondary sources of vanadium like mining slag, fly ash, and other environmental waste. As a result of this technology and other developments, Imergy will be able to lower the cost of its flow batteries from $500 per kilowatt hour, already an industry benchmark, to under $300 per kilowatt hour.

Read the article from October 23 on Market Wired’s webpage


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