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Integrated energy storage company American Vanadium Corp. has announced that the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will evaluate and demonstrate the CellCube vanadium redox flow energy storage system at its testing facility in Golden, Colo.

According to American Vanadium, after the demonstration of the energy storage system, the CellCube is designated for sale to a U.S. utility. The company notes that it is the master sales agent for the energy storage system in North America.

The CellCube, American Vanadium reports, is a fully commercial system that has been sold and installed across Europe, Asia and Africa. The company adds that the system is modular and can serve loads from 10 kW to multi-MW.


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