Redflow to deliver 20-megawatt-hour redox flow storage system to California

Australia-based Redflow Limited has received approval and funding commitments from the California Energy Commission (CEC) for a 20-megawatt-hour (MWh) large-scale storage project. The company manufactures zinc and bromine-based redox flow batteries, and says the current order is »one of the largest zinc-based battery projects in the world« and the largest order for the company to date. Last year, Redflow had already delivered a 2 MWh storage system to California.
The 20 MWh storage system is part of a solar-powered island grid on »Paskenta Rancheria,« the territory of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians. The facility is funded in the CEC’s $140 million long-duration storage program, which focuses on non-lithium-based technologies.

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