Rongke Power working on a landmark $500 million, 800 MWh flow battery in China

Rongke Power has signed an agreement to provide a 200 MW, 800 MWh vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) on the Dalian Peninsula of Northern China. The battery, which is to be built in Rongke’s GigaFactory now under construction (opening in Q4 2016), will provide peak-shaving, black start, and enhanc...

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