Future Costs of Stationary Energy Storage: Evaluating Li-ion and Flow Battery Cost Reductions and Application Fit

Stationary energy storage is vital for a growing number of applications, but requirements for size and duration differ widely. Pairing the right battery technology with the right application to minimize costs is central to economically expanding stationary energy storage deployment. We forecast and ...

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