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Thursday, September 28, 2023

Recent Developments In Zinc-Bromine Battery Technology

Recent developments. ( Bard/ AI Google)

In recent years, there have been a number of significant developments in zinc-bromine battery technology. For example, in 2021, Redflow completed a 2 MWh installation for Aneargia to support a 2.0 MW biogas-fuelled cogeneration unit, and a microgrid control system in California. As of November 2021, EOS Energy Enterprises had secured a 300 MWh order from Pine Gate Renewables, with installation planned for 2022. In February 2022, Gelion announced an agreement with Acciona Energy to trial Endure batteries for grid-scale applications. In June 2023, Redflow announced an agreement to supply a 20 MWh system to help power California's Rolling Hills Casino.

These developments suggest that zinc-bromine batteries are gaining traction in the commercial market. As the technology continues to mature and costs decline, we can expect to see zinc-bromine batteries playing an even greater role in the global energy storage landscape.

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