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EnerVenue Launches ESVs, its Metal-Hydrogen Energy Storage Solution

Pioneering technology

EnerVenue‘s pioneering technology offers more efficient and flexible deployments. ESVs contain scalable and customizable battery configurations.

Metal-hydrogen batteries

EnerVenue is the first company to provide metal-hydrogen batteries. These batteries can produce more than 30,000 cycles of the clean energy revolution. The company announced the launch of EnerVenue Energy Storage Vessels (ESVs). The company’s second generation of energy storage products.
EnerVenue ESVs use metallic hydrogen energy storage technology to advantage over lithium-ion and other alternatives. EnerVenue significantly reduced the cost of materials to bring the unique benefits of battery durability, safety, and flexibility to grid-scale, commercial and industrial deployments. This new solution offers flexibility in which customers can stack and install the vessels to build and expand their energy storage capacity.
EnerVenue’s ultra-long-life ESVs enable unique applications and business models for developers, integrators, and owners. Users can cycle the ESVs three times a day without a break. The batteries have an expected life of 30 years / 30,000 cycles. And they offer 86% capacity beyond 30,000 cycles. This provides a second life that lithium-ion batteries cannot match. Metal hydrogen technology further differentiates itself from lithium-ion batteries by offering excellent fire safety. The ESVs performed well in leakage risk and thermal spread tests. This eliminates the need for costly preventive systems. EnerVenue ESVs also significantly reduce OPEX and CAPEX costs compared to lithium-ion ESVs, meeting the expected ROI by removing any need for:

  • Expensive increases
  • Excessive oversizing.
  • Extensive maintenance over the lifetime of a project.

Recyclable components

ESVs are also more sustainable and environmentally responsible due to the recyclable components they use.

The ESVs are ideal building blocks for system integrators of all sizes and business models. This technology offers a highly configurable and scalable product architecture. The product features flexible charge/discharge rates and can be 100% discharged, allowing owners to capitalize on a broader range of revenue opportunities. ESVs also allow for greater flexibility in terms of deployment locations. And they operate even in extreme temperatures and other environments where grid-scale lithium-ion batteries struggle.

Majid Keshavarz, Chief Technology Officer of EnerVenue, says, “Our new ESVs are a significant improvement in the customization and ease with which customers and partners can plan to use our transformative and proven battery technology. As the applications using our pioneering technology have grown, we wanted to ensure we had a product that could adapt to almost any use case. The ESVs bring together EnerVenue’s incredible technology into a more flexible and efficient solution that we are excited to bring to market.”
EnerVenue backs its ESVs with the Capacity Assurance extended warranty, the longest and simplest warranty of its kind.
The company has committed to supply seven-gigawatt hours of ESV as part of existing agreements: Pine Gate Renewables, Sonnell Power Solutions, and Green Energy Renewable Solutions. Supply will begin in 2023.

About EnerVenue

EnerVenue is headquartered in Fremont, California. The company is dedicated to manufacturing simple, safe, cost-effective energy storage solutions for the clean energy revolution. EnerVenue batteries are refined and scaled for sizeable renewable energy integration applications, proven for decades in extreme conditions.

 

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