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2019: Beyond electric dreams

8 Jan 2019, 12:19 • By Andy Colthorpe
2019: Beyond electric dreams

In the previous instalment of this blog, we looked at how our respondents from across the energy storage industry had viewed 2018’s biggest challenges. This time out we look at what some of 2018’s biggest successes were.

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Long time coming: Part 2

2 Oct 2018, 12:57 • By Andy Colthorpe
Long time coming: Part 2

First developed by NASA, flow batteries are a potential answer to storing solar – and wind – for eight to 10 hours, far beyond what is commonly achieved today with lithium-ion. In the second of a two-part special report, Andy Colthorpe dives deeper into questions of bankability, market segmentation and manufacturing strategies with four very different providers of flow energy storage technology.

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Cellcube’s ‘highly vertical’ ambitions for long duration redox flow batteries

21 Aug 2018, 17:57 • By Andy Colthorpe
Cellcube’s ‘highly vertical’ ambitions for long duration redox flow batteries

The fortunes of Gildemeister’s redox flow battery energy storage have been an interesting mirror to those of the technology class overall in some ways. Energy-Storage.news spoke to a leading representative of those assets' new owner, CellCube Energy Storage company president, Stefan Schauss.

CellCube: 4-hours is just ‘tip of peaking capacity iceberg’

CellCube: 4-hours is just ‘tip of peaking capacity iceberg’

15 Aug 2018, 16:17

Recent moves in California to develop large-scale energy storage with four hours’ storage duration are just the beginning of a move towards using batteries as a capacity resource, the president of flow battery company CellCube has said.

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Long time coming: Part 1

14 Jun 2018, 16:27 • By Andy Colthorpe
Long time coming: Part 1

First developed by NASA, flow batteries are a potential answer to storing solar – and wind – for eight to 10 hours, far beyond what is commonly achieved today with lithium-ion. In the first of a two-part special report, Andy Colthorpe learns what the flow battery industry faces in the fight for commercialisation.

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Primus Power CEO: Economic advantages of ‘versatile’ flow batteries starting to show

12 Dec 2017, 17:33 • By Andy Colthorpe
Primus Power CEO: Economic advantages of ‘versatile’ flow batteries starting to show

Primus Power is among a handful of makers currently commercialising their flow batteries, with rivals that include RedT, VIZn Energy and Redflow. Early customers have included Microsoft, which installed a Primus battery at its corporate HQ in a pilot project. Andy Colthorpe spoke with Primus Power CEO Tom Stepien to learn more.

Flood of announcements from flow battery makers

Flood of announcements from flow battery makers

22 Nov 2017, 15:40

Over the past couple of weeks, various flow battery makers have touted new sales and supply chain agreements as the fledgling sector fights for a share of the stationary energy storage market.

Flow batteries leading the way in lithium-free niches

Flow batteries leading the way in lithium-free niches

18 Sep 2017, 16:32

While lithium-ion is rapidly racing ahead to become the “de facto grid storage solution” and is the most popular technology choice by far, vendors of other types of batteries are also targeting the market, with varying degrees of success.

GTM: US energy storage installations grew 100% in 2016

GTM: US energy storage installations grew 100% in 2016

7 Mar 2017, 16:56

Led by a record-breaking final quarter, energy storage reached 336MWh in 2016, growing 100% in megawatt-hours from 2015’s installed capacity, despite staying roughly flat in megawatts with 221MW deployed last year.