Invinity technology to be evaluated for use in national infrastructure projects
Tuesday 3 October 2023
Invinity Energy Systems is pleased to announce a 1.1 MWh sale to
The project will see five Invinity VS3 vanadium flow batteries (“VFBs”) with a combined capacity of 1.1 MWh installed inside a building at the NARLabs laboratory in
Above: A VS3 vanadium flow battery being installed in 2022 for Invinity’s customer Bei Ying International at their site in Taiwan
The batteries have been procured on behalf of NARLabs by Taiwanese engineering, procurement and construction company NeoSurfing Industrial, who will undertake the installation, commissioning and ongoing maintenance of Invinity’s battery for the duration of the project.
Delivery of the Invinity batteries is expected to commence in Q4 2023. The contract was included as part of the Company’s Base category in its most recently disclosed commercial pipeline.
“Invinity are extremely excited to see NARLabs demonstrate the capabilities our VFBs can deliver to the Taiwanese grid and beyond. Regional demonstrations like this help us and our customers work side-by-side to fully unlock our batteries’ potential, proving we can deliver safe, long-duration and high-throughput energy storage that goes above and beyond the limited services possible using lithium solutions.“
– Matt Harper, Chief Commercial Officer, Invinity Energy Systems