Quinone-based flow batteries look to reduce reliance on metals like vanadium, but project costs remain an issue

The stationary energy storage market needs lower battery costs to reach a market of $6.5 billion in 2020 (see the report "Finding Growth Opportunities in the $50 Billion Energy Storage Market"). Developers have been pursuing flow batteries as one possible way to lower these costs: This type of ba...

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