Stryten Energy Applauds Investments in Energy Security and U.S. Manufacturers with the Passage of the Inflation Reduction Act
- Aug 16, 2022 11:37 pm GMT
“Stryten Energy welcomes this legislation’s long-term, standalone energy storage investment tax credits and its ten-year runway, which will help our customers incorporate medium and long-duration energy storage such as VFRB batteries into their operations more economically than before,” said
“Stryten’s patented flow battery technology is uniquely positioned to provide the safe, long-term, reliable on-demand energy needed to build a new economy powered by clean energy,” said
Stryten Energy’s VRFB combines multiple innovations to achieve safe and reliable energy storage performance required for medium to long-duration needs:
- Domestically sourced vanadium electrolyte that is easily recycled
- Increased power density and reduced battery downtime
- Potential of limitless cycle life with proper maintenance
- High-temperature ratings and thermally safe
- Scalable to meet varying energy storage capacity needs
Stryten’s VRFB technology is ideal for applications that require more than four hours of storage capacity to deploy clean energy on demand from renewable sources such as solar and wind energy. These applications include utility-scale storage, microgrids and military bases.
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