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Redox Flow Battery Innovation for Large Scale Electrical Energy Storage

A research project led by Edward Roberts, Professor of chemical and petroleum engineering and Associate Director at the Calgary Advanced Energy Storage and Conversion Research Technologies Institute at the University of Calgary, to develop a low-cost, redox flow battery technology for large-scale electrical energy storage.

This project was funded by the Alberta Innovates "Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies" initiative.

The project is focusing on new chemistries of large-scale liquid batteries that will have the potential to be cost competitive with technologies like hydroelectric and compressed air storage but will benefit from the flexibility of battery technologies.

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R&D Project

R&D activities are directed at the further study, analysis or development of storage and/or storage-related technologies and their operation and deployment in Canada. They are typically supported by an Initiative, and are often hosted at an academic institution.

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