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Lithium Ion Vs Vanadium Redox Flow Storage Batteries

The Analyst (New Real Media)
Published on 26 Nov 2022 / In News and Politics

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Lithium-ion battery technology has evolved over the last 40 years, and it now powers anything from small electronic devices to Tesla's 100MW battery farm in southern Australia.

However, large-scale Li-ion batteries are uncommon and other options like pumped hydro storage which accounts for 99 percent of today's grid storage will always be constrained by geographical and environmental limits.

So there is a need for something that could tackle all the hurdles in the power storage sector.

According to the scientist and professor Jim Conca, new technology is needed for utility-scale chemical batteries to take off, and that technology is the Vanadium Flow Battery Storage.

And in this video, we are going to dive deeper into this battery technology, its advantages over the Li-Ion batteries, and understand how Vanadium Redox Batteries will benefit the market and what kind of solutions it will provide to the EV industry. So, without any further delay, let's get into it.

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