2 Energy Warehouse units getting prepped for shipment
An ESS Inc. battery installed and commissioned in less than 2 days at the Stone Edge Farm advanced microgrid in Sonoma, CA.
Each Iron Flow Battery and its AC electronic components are housed in a shipping container for transportability and protection from the elements.
Our non-corrosive electrolyte enables the use of plentiful and extremely cost-effective materials, combined with an innovative cell design that dramatically increases power density, resulting in a significantly lower cost power stack and greatly reduced annual O&M over the 20+ year life of the system.
The All-iron flow compared to other battery technologies
Stone Edge Farm Advanced Microgrid, Sonoma County, CA.
Easily sited in an environmentally sensitive area, given its small footprint and non-toxic, non-flammable chemistry, this unit has a 60kWh energy capacity with 10kW, 480VAC, 3-phase interface and supplies power at night, for irrigation or hydrogen generation, & to smooth out intermittencies of solar on the microgrid.
US Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
The battery will be part of an integrated microgrid at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri, where they will demonstrate long-duration storage capability for use in Forward Operating Bases (FOB). The U.S. military’s main objective is to show that delivering dry long-duration batteries to the field significantly reduces fuel usage, hauling equipment requirements and associated logistics.
UC San Diego
An ESS Energy Warehouse being lowered into its site at UC San Diego
Ft. Lubbock, Texas
One of ESS’ units about to head to Ft. Lubbock Texas where DNVGL will perform validation testing.
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