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The Department of Energy (DOE) maintains a Global Energy Storage Database
This provides up-to-date information on grid-connected energy storage projects internationally. Please visit the Global Energy Storage Database to view successful VRFB installations by ourselves and others.
Alternatively, use the table below to find out more about specific projects.
|Enel Livorno Test Facility||At Enel’s research facility in Livorno, three different energy storage systems are being tested: lithium ion batteries, vanadium redox flow batteries and sodium-nickel chloride “ZEBRA” (Zero Emission Battery Research Activity) batteries. Read More >||Operational|
|SmartRegion Pellworm||The project consists of the installation and operation of different complementary decentral storage technologies with a focus on innovative batteries. Read More >||Operational|
|Fotonenboer ‘t Spieker Dairy Farm||A dairy farm with robotic milkers needs electricity virtually all day long. This energy comes from the sun, from solar panels on the roof. Read More >||Operational|
|American Vanadium Corp. MTA CellCube Installation||The CellCube is a flow battery. It pumps electrolyte through stacks of electrochemical cells causing flow batteries to be one of the few cost-effective options for storing energy for multiple hours in a row. Read More >||Under Construction|
|NREL American Vanadium CellCube Test Site||American Vanadium announces that the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (“NREL”) will evaluate and demonstrate the CellCube vanadium redox flow energy storage system at its state-of-the-art testing facility. Read More >||Operational|
|DMG Gildemeister CellCube Industrial Smart Grid||Gildemeister Energy Solutions Microgrid combination consisting of 1MW freestanding PV plant plus CellCube energy storage cluster. Read More >||Operational|
|10 kW / 100 kWh Haak Fruitfarm Gildemeister CellCube||Fifth generation fruit grower Claus Haak with his farm in the wonderful Altes Land region near Hamburg has decided to generate as much of the energy he needs for cultivation through to the sale of his apples from renewable sources. Read More >||Operational|
|30 kW / 300 kWh DMG Mori Seiki Headquarters||DMG Mori Seiki Co. Ltd.’s new headquarters in Tokyo is secured against blackouts by CellCube storage systems. The new headquarters building relies on its own power generation and storage of that energy produced on-site. Read More >||Operational|
|Sumava National Park CellCube||The energy storage project was officially opened in June 2015 to supply the first e-charging station located in the National Park Šumava with green power. Read More >||Operational|
|South Bohemian Science and Technology Park||This project was installed for the South Bohemian Science and Technology Park, located in Budweis, about 100 kilometers south of Prague. Read More >||Operational|