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08 May 2020

EIT InnoEnergy supported Elestor teams up with leading European science and industry partners for the development of a membrane-less HBR flow battery

The EU recently awarded €4Million to the MELODY consortium, to develop low cost, innovative batteries for large-scale energy storage, as part of the Horizon 2020 program ‘Advanced Redox Flow Batteries for stationary energy storage’.  The MELODY consortium consists of small & medium enterprises (Including EIT InnoEnergy venture Elestor, PV3 Technologies, Vertech), industry (Shell) and academic leaders (TU Delft, Technion, University of Exeter, ETH Zurich), with coordination support provided by Hezelburcht. The collaborative project began in January 2020, and will run for 4 years, leading to a pilot facility that demonstrates the practical application, with each partner bringing required know-how and capabilities to complete the project

Increasing demand for energy storage

Cost reduction staregy for Redox-Flow batteries

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