NEXT GENERATION VRFB ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS
The project aims at developing advanced patentable technologies for next generation vanadium redox energy storage systems, including new active cell materials, fluid distribution architectures, anti-crossover measures, bidirectional power management system, and multivariable system supervisor. They are aimed at increasing round-trip efficiency by about 10%, approaching 85%, i.e. a value comparable with lithium-based batteries, but with independent sizing of power and energy, lower cost, and much longer cycle life.
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