Podcast: Vanadium flow batteries with Matt Harper
Providing long-duration storage, the ability to run with no degradation and zero fire risks, vanadium flow batteries have characteristics that place them in a unique position in the storage lineup.
In today's episode, guest host Tim Overton, CPO at Modo Energy, sits down to talk to Matt Harper, CCO at Invinity Energy Systems. Over the course of the conversation, they discuss:
- Vanadium flow batteries - how they work, and how they differ from other cell chemistries.
- The position of vanadium flow batteries in the market.
- How the development of technology is the driver in shaping markets.
- A look at some of the projects Invinity has recently worked on.
- The challenges that come with building increasingly larger assets.
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About our guest
Invinity envisions a world powered by abundant clean electricity. Founded to build utility-grade energy storage that delivers renewable power on demand, Invinity Energy Systems was created through the 2020 merger of two leading flow battery providers: redT Energy and Avalon Battery. With a global presence, Invinity are able to partner with utilities, developers, engineering firms and businesses to address their energy storage needs. For more information on what they do, head to their website.
About Modo Energy
Modo Energy provides benchmarking, forecasts, data, and insights for new energy assets - all in one place.
Built for analysts, Modo helps the owners, operators, builders, and financers of battery energy storage solutions understand the market - and make the most out of their assets. Modo’s paid plans serve more than 80% of battery storage owners and operators in Great Britain.
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