UniEnergy Technologies' vanadium flow battery system using technology developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is housed in shipping containers. The 8 megawatt-hour system was installed in March 2017 at a Snohomish PUD substation in Everett, Wash.
UniEnergy Technologies' vanadium flow battery system using technology developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is housed in shipping containers. The 8 megawatt-hour system was installed in March 2017 at a Snohomish PUD substation in Everett, Wash. Courtesy Snohomish PUD
UniEnergy Technologies' vanadium flow battery system using technology developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is housed in shipping containers. The 8 megawatt-hour system was installed in March 2017 at a Snohomish PUD substation in Everett, Wash. Courtesy Snohomish PUD

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