2023: the Breakout Year for U.S. Long Duration Energy Storage
Supporting the U.S.’ increasing renewable generation base is a vital component of the transition to net zero. Ahead of their panels at InterSolar North America on 14 and 15 February, Matt Harper, Chief Commercial Officer, and Matt Walz, VP Business Development take look at what 2023 has in store for Long Duration Energy Storage (“LDES”) in the U.S.
Wednesday 8 February 2023
Solar Flow Battery to Create Waves at World-First Onshore Surf Lake
Invinity is pleased to announce the sale of a 0.4 MWh vanadium flow battery to Absolute Solar and Wind Limited (“ASAW”) for installation as part of an integrated solar PV and Electric Vehicle (EV) project at The Wave, Bristol, the UK’s first inland surfing destination.
Monday 23 January 2023
MoU with Dawsongroup plc to Develop UK Battery Rental Offering
Invinity is pleased to announce that it has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with Dawsongroup Power Solutions Limited, part of Dawsongroup plc, a leading commercial asset rental business operating across the UK and EU, with the intention of appointing Dawsongroup as Invinity’s exclusive partner for the UK equipment rental market.
Monday 16 January 2023
1.5 MWh Sale to Hyosung Heavy Industries
Invinity is pleased to announce the sale of a 1.5 MWh Invinity VS3 flow battery system to Hyosung Heavy Industries (“Hyosung”) for use by Korea Electric Power Corporation (“KEPCO”), Korea’s national electric utility.
Tuesday 13 December 2022
What Does Battery Storage Cost?
What do you need to consider when calculating battery storage costs for your project? A rudimentary analysis would simply look at the capital...
15 MWh Taiwan Sale Secured with 255 MWh Follow-on Order Potential
Invinity is pleased to announce it has today signed a reseller agreement with Everdura Technology Company (“Everdura”), an industrial technology company, based in Taiwan.
Thursday 1 December 2022
Water Use in Power Generation – Can We Reduce It?
As the world focuses on water availability in light of recent climate change related events this year, our Corporate Relations Manager, Ralph Anderson, lifts the lid on how much water is used in current power generation and looks at potential alternatives.
Wednesday 23 November 2022