EnerVault is developing large electric energy storage systems that are safe, reliable and cost-effective for commercial and industrial facilities, renewables support and utility grids. The company's mission is to promote the wide-scale use of energy storage; make possible the expanded use of renewable energy such as wind and solar by compensating for intermittent output; allow smart grid technologies to stabilize the grid and reduce blackouts by matching load demand and capacity as needed; reduce service interruptions caused by grids exceeding capacity; support micro-grids; and substitute fossil-fuel based peak capacity plants with clean, emissions-free electricity. EnerVault's grid-scale energy storage systems are based on the company's Engineered Cascade technology that transforms a redox flow battery chemistry into economical and reliable storage solutions.
Expert Collections containing EnerVault
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EnerVault is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Grid and Utility.
Grid and Utility
Companies that are developing and implementing new technologies to optimize the grid and utility sector. This includes, but is not limited to, distributed energy resources, infrastructure security, utility asset management, grid inspection, energy efficiency, grid storage, etc.
Companies in the Energy Storage space, including those developing and manufacturing energy storage solutions such as lithium-ion batteries, solid-state batteries, and related software for battery management.
EnerVault has filed 17 patents.
Electrochemistry, Battery types, Energy storage, Fuel cells, Rechargeable batteries
Electrochemistry, Battery types, Energy storage, Fuel cells, Rechargeable batteries
Latest EnerVault News
Jun 29, 2021
News provided by Share this article Share this article DUBLIN, June 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Global Flow Batteries Market: 2021-2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The flow battery report covers all batteries that are currently available commercially. The market report also analyzes the end-use segments in which flow batteries find application at both the regional and country level. The report provides market size and estimations in terms of revenue (U.S. currency), considering 2020 as the base year with a market forecast provided from 2021 to 2026. The market size for regional and country level also is covered. The report also analyzes the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the market estimations. As the demand for energy storage technologies continues to rise due to increased electricity generation from renewable energy sources like solar and wind, players as well as the consumers are exploring different categories of batteries suited for their purpose. Currently, Lithium-ion batteries dominate the electrochemical batteries space, whereas pumped hydro segment is still the largest segment for energy storage technologies. There are many emerging technologies such as flywheels, supercapacitors and solid state batteries among others that have specific properties and are suitable for specific applications. Among them, flow batteries are gaining significant traction due to their suitability for large-scale storage applications. Flow batteries also are among the safest batteries and have a long life-cycle, making them highly suitable for large-scale long-term storage applications. Advancements in flow battery technologies are reducing system costs, which is another favorable indicator for flow battery users. Furthermore, China's deployment of large-scale flow battery projects has led to speculations and optimism for the global adoption of flow batteries. However, the flow batteries industry still has not been fully commercialized due to the high installation and maintenance cost of flow batteries. Among flow battery technologies, vanadium redox flow batteries (VRFB) dominate the flow battery industry due to superior technology and the product's significant adoption by China. Also, the properties of vanadium electrolyte are highly suitable for flow battery technology and attaining a long-life product cycle. Because flow batteries require a large-scale setup and economically feasible with large-scale applications, they are suitable for grid scale-operations or at electricity generation centers. Therefore, load shifting and peaking capacity currently are the biggest application segments for flow batteries. For similar reasons, the utility segment is the largest end-use segment in the market for flow batteries. Asia-Pacific leads all regions in flow battery consumption. China is the largest consumer of flow batteries due to significant vanadium raw material availability and the country's leading technology. In other countries, flow batteries are steadily gaining traction. Currently, several startups and small-scale industries are operating in this space. Large-scale companies like Lockheed Martin are conducting significant research that might lead to its entry into the market for flow batteries. Redflow, ESS Inc., Vionx Energy, Unienergy Technologies, EnerVault Corp., Primus Power, Sumitomo, Electric Industries Ltd., ViZn Energy, Younicos inc., Primus Power are major companies operating in the market for flow batteries. Key Topics Covered:
EnerVault Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was EnerVault founded?
EnerVault was founded in 2008.
Where is EnerVault's headquarters?
EnerVault's headquarters is located at 1244 Reamwood Ave, Sunnyvale.
What is EnerVault's latest funding round?
EnerVault's latest funding round is Series B.
How much did EnerVault raise?
EnerVault raised a total of $26.73M.
Who are the investors of EnerVault?
Investors of EnerVault include US Invest, Oceanshore Ventures, Commercial Energy, 3M Ventures, TotalEnergies Ventures and 7 more.
Who are EnerVault's competitors?
Competitors of EnerVault include Relectrify, EnerG2 Technologies, Premium Power Corporation, SustainX, Epyon and 7 more.
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