AES defines a cost-effective battery for grid substation application

At the recent Advanced Battery Value Chain conference, we heard a presentation by Praveen Kathpal from AES that aimed to define the points of entry to the utility market for advanced battery developers, particularly in cost and cycle life. AES expects batteries for distributed energy storage, such a...

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