We Deliver Energy Storage Beyond Lithium
Invinity’s Storage Solutions are Utility-Grade
Zero risk of thermal runway, exceptional personnel safety for crews & first responders
Suitable for 25+ years of constant cycling, matching the lifespan of solar & wind assets
The lowest price per MWh stored & discharged over the lifetime of the battery
Utilities & Developers
Invinity’s VFB technology is ideal for grid-scale service providers who need proven reliability and long-term flexibility from their storage assets, with the lowest long-term costs:
- Access wholesale trading and arbitrage revenues
- Dispatch renewable energy on demand
- Participate in ancillary services markets
Commercial & Industrial Businesses
C&I customers around the world use Invinity batteries to unlock reliable, low-cost, low-carbon energy for their operations. An ideal complement to PV, pairing flow storage allows businesses to:
- Reduce electricity costs
- Accelerate carbon reduction targets
- Improve resilience
Grid Independent Industries
- Secure power
- Reduce fuel costs
- Lower carbon emissions
Leading in Utility-Grade Energy Storage
Across 14 countries on five continents
Deployed or contracted with our customers
Granted or pending plus trade secrets & know how
Of R&D investment in our product and manufacturing
Our energy storage has been deployed across the world.
Learn how our customers are unlocking the power of renewable energy – in front of and behind the meter.
What Levelized Cost of Storage Means to Energy Project Stakeholders
Stakeholders have an increasingly wide choice of storage technologies to choose from. Depending on your role in a project, the questions you ask and financial models you use to find the answers will be different.
Say Goodbye to Warranty Anxiety
In the face of change, flexible batteries with fewer warranty restrictions will deliver greater value to markets and owners.
Canada's Energy Minister Tours Invinity
The Honorable Jonathan Wilkinson used the occasion to announce Canada’s first Clean Energy Strategy.
Utility OPALCO Makes 2 MWh Purchase
The project will see nine Invinity VS3 vanadium flow batteries installed alongside a 2.75 MWp Solar array on San Juan Island.