RedT’s vanadium flow energy storage to be deployed on grand scale in Germany

Long duration energy storage will be put to use in Germany’s grid, with RedT, a UK-headquartered maker of flow energy storage ‘machines’, announcing an initial 80MWh deployment to the country.

Through a two-phase deal brokered with developer Energy System Management – a subsidiary of WWF Solar – RedT will deliver 1,066 of its Gen 3 tank units to form two 40MWh grid-scale projects in the first phase. The second phase is a much bigger deal, comprising a further 690MWh of projects.

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