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14 Mar 2024

Developments in Long Duration Energy Storage Technologies

As the volume of variable renewable energy (VRE) sources penetrating electricity grids increases globally, so does the need to manage the increasing uncertainty and variability in electricity supply. Long duration energy storage (LDES) technologies will be needed in key regions from the 2030s to support electricity grids with greater penetrations of VRE.
16 Jan 2024

Long Duration Energy Storage Market 2024-2044: Technologies, Players, Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Conrad Nichols, Dr Alex Holland and Chingis Idrissov
6 Apr 2022

Form Energy

Form Energy are a US start-up developing an Fe-air battery for long-duration stationary energy storage applications.
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14 Mar 2022

Alternative Batteries to Play a Key Role for Stationary Storage

Announcements of developments to alternative, next-generation, non-lithium battery chemistries, including redox flow, metal-air, or sodium-ion batteries, are now a regular occurrence. Despite interest in these alternatives, Li-ion batteries remain the dominant choice for consumer devices, electric vehicles, and stationary storage. However, the importance of non-lithium battery chemistries is expected to grow considerably over the next 10 years, especially in the stationary energy storage sector. By 2025, IDTechEx forecast that >10% of the stationary market will be accounted for by non-lithium chemistries, up from <5% in 2021.
16 Nov 2021

Long-Duration Energy Storage Council Formed to Achieve Net-Zero

ESS Tech Inc, a manufacturer of long-duration iron flow batteries for utility-scale and commercial energy storage applications, announces its participation in the Long-Duration Energy Storage Council launched at COP26.
2 Dec 2020

Form Energy

Form Energy is an American company, which developed an aqueous-air battery. The battery chemistry has not been publicly disclosed. The company concluded a Series C funding in November 2020 of US$76, among the the investors Bill Gates' Breakthrough Energy Ventures, totalising more than $120m in two years.
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