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Why Vanadium Flow Batteries May Be The Future Of Utility-Scale Energy Storage


Renewables Blogs Oct 28, 2020 by Robert Rapier via Forbes


Earlier this year, the California Energy Commission (CEC) published a $20 million solicitation to fund research projects for the deployment of long-duration energy storage. The objective was to develop a clear understanding of the role that long-duration energy storage (10 hours or greater) can play in helping to meet the state's mandates to decarbonize the electricity sector by 2045.



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Why Vanadium Flow Batteries May Be The Future Of Utility-Scale Energy Storage

Earlier this year, the California Energy Commission (CEC) published a $20 million solicitation to fund research projects for the deployment of long-duration energy storage. The objective was to develop a clear understanding of the role that long-duration energy storage (10 hours or greater) can play in helping to meet the state's mandates to decarbonize the electricity sector by 2045.








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Earlier this year, the California Energy Commission (CEC) published a $20 million solicitation to fund research projects for the deployment of long-duration energy storage. The objective was to develop a clear understanding of the role that long-duration energy storage (10 hours or greater) can play in helping to meet the state's mandates to decarbonize the electricity sector by 2045.

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