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Energy storage: the next big growth area

Invinity energy storage system

News of a development agreement with a giant renewable energy group bodes well for this AIM quoted energy storage specialist. Read our updated note here to find out more about this fascinating business.

Invinity Energy Systems (LON:IES) was formed in April 2020 as the result of a merger between AIM listed redT energy PLC and Canada based Avalon Battery Corporation, two vanadium flow battery manufacturers.

The combined Group’s Vanadium Flow Battery ("VFB") technology is backed by over 14 years of development, 73 patents and approximately £40m of investment.

How do VFBs work

A flow battery is a cross between a conventional battery and a fuel cell. Liquid electrolyte of metallic…

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