First US project for European long-duration organic flow battery maker CMBlu
CMBlu Energy, the designer and maker of a proprietary organic flow battery, has won its first deal in the US since the company’s expansion into the market. Utility holding company WEC Energy Group said yesterday that it will deploy the European startup’s technology in a megawatt-scale pilot project, aimed at demonstrating its long-duration energy storage (LDES) capabilities.
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