Conventional rechargeable batteries have typically been the main option for anyone wanting to store electricity generated by renewable installations. While battery storage is developing fast as technology improves and costs fall, a relative new technology to the UK market promises a potentially more rugged solution that does not degrade with continuous use. So-called “energy storage machines” were launched by RedT last year and use a liquid vanadium (a type of malleable metal) electrolyte to store electricity, rather than lithium-ion or […]
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