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The researchers have decided to purchase a Vanadium Redox Flow Battery, since smart grids differ significantly in terms of power and capacity requirements. It is, therefore, advantageous that the capacity of this type of battery can be scaled independently of the power. A higher capacity simply requires the installation of larger tanks with more electrolyte, i.e. more storage medium. This medium consists of a water-based solution containing vanadium. For this reason, the storage is neither flammable nor explosive and can be installed everywhere without any problems. For more power, additional stacks (power converter units) are installed that convert the current and store it in the electrolyte.
The German manufacturer SCHMID is considered as a pioneer of Vanadium Redox Flow Technology and offers turnkey systems in several versions. TheEverFlow® Storage Container for the Smart Grid Technology Lab has 30 kW of power and a capacity of 100 kWh.