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 ...

This item has been archived in line with our efforts to keep our content relevant and up to date for our readership. For further assistance, please contact your Customer Success Manager or email ClientEngagementTeam@luxresearchinc.com. Thank you!

Related Research

Zinc-air remains a promising fit for long-duration backup power applications despite technical immaturity

Case Study | August 08, 2021

As California continues to experience an ongoing drought, wildfire season has become a yearly occurrence. Affected areas experience intermittent power outages, and in many cases, backup power is provided by fossil fuel energy sources for longer durations. Interday discharge remains a technical ... Not part of subscription

Vanadium producers enter flow battery space, offering lower costs through vertical integration

Case Study | August 30, 2021

Vanadium redox flow batteries (VRFBs) are the most mature flow battery technology, with systems reaching hundreds of MW for a single project. Due to the nature of the electrolyte chemistry, VRFBs achieve a significantly longer cycle life than other electrolytes in flow batteries and can truly ... Not part of subscription

Flow Batteries

Technology | February 16, 2022

Systems that store energy in liquid active materials, making it easier to scale energy storage systems to large sizes and long discharge durations — ideal for integrating high penetrations of renewable energy to the grid. Not part of subscription