The deployment of a vanadium flow battery at a fire station run by Native Americans illustrates the role that the energy storage technology can play in ensuring that nobody is disadvantaged by the shift away from fossil fuels, as Invinity’s Matt Harper explains.
This vanadium flow battery, at a fire station run by the Soboba tribe of Luiseño Native Americans in California, will store electricity for the evening and night, while providing backup power during outages.
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