Eos Energy Enterprises has a total order backlog for its zinc battery-based energy storage of 389MWh, worth nearly US$100 million, but expects to only be able to recognise US$5 million in revenues for 2021.
Eos Energy Enterprises, the NASDAQ-listed designer and manufacturer of energy storage systems based on the company’s aqueous zinc battery technology, has announced three large-scale projects in the US and India.
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Eos Energy Storage has signed an agreement to deploy “more than 1GWh” of its aqueous zinc chemistry battery energy storage systems worth around US$250 million with US-based project developer Hecate Energy.
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Zinc-based battery energy storage manufacturer Eos Energy Storage has signed an agreement with an EPC partner to deploy systems based on its devices at rural microgrids, beginning with projects in Nigeria.