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Augment your expectations, not your battery, with 30,000-cycle metal-hydrogen technology

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Grid-scale storage is being rapidly deployed, but current stationary storage technologies have some limitations in their ability to deliver the needed flexibility and long-term profitability to system owners.

Fire safety, limited lifespan, and costly augmentation scenarios are among the factors that project owners and financiers must weigh up when deploying lithium-ion (Li-ion) technology in their stationary energy storage projects. A different approach would be to consider metal-hydrogen a technology that isn’t subject to these same limitations and has the verified ability to undergo many thousands of years and cycles before augmentation time comes around.

This alternative to Li-ion comes in the form of Energy Storage Vessels™, which are based on proven technology used by NASA for more than 30 years. We will discuss the advantages of this technology and how it is being packaged into turnkey solutions for project integrators across the globe. We will also highlight the developing long-duration-energy-storage market and identify which technologies are ready to address the demanding needs of an evolving electrical grid.

Attendees of this webinar will learn:

  • What a metal-hydrogen battery is and what are its benefits versus other stationary energy storage technologies
  • How the metal-hydrogen battery can remove limitations on a plant’s ability to deliver consistent revenue and provide more value to system owners
  • How the safety profile of metal-hydrogen batteries can mitigate the risk to profitability and community acceptance that other technologies can face
  • The impacts of battery degradation and what a system owner can expect in terms from various battery technologies
  • The costs and risks of project augmentation in order to maintain contracted energy output throughout a stationary energy storage plant’s lifetime
  • How developers and asset owners can use flexible battery technology to meet the needs of current battery applications, while using the same technology for long-duration energy storage as market requirements evolve

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