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Investment and development firm LS Power is set to complete the largest battery energy storage project in the world— the 250MW Gateway Energy Storage project in California, US.
A consortium is moving to the next stage of plans to build an AUS$3 billion ($2 billion) lithium-ion gigafactory in Queensland, Australia, after receiving the go-ahead from the state’s government.
Rolls Royce Power Systems— wholly owned by the luxury car maker Rolls Royce— is opening a battery energy storage system factory in Bavaria, Germany.
The final 5MW of a 30MW virtual power plant battery storage project has been commissioned in the UK by distributed energy software firm Kiwi Power.
Australian firm EcoGraf has claimed its proprietary purification process has been successfully applied to recycling battery materials from ‘production scrap’ and ‘black mass’.
A hybrid lithium-ion and lead-acid battery has been delivered to Portsmouth International Port as part of the Port Energy Systems Optimisation (PESO) project.
Battery materials firm Lithium Australia has completed initial tests on its lithium ferro phosphate (LFP) battery cells made from waste material, including low-grade spodumene and spent lithium-ion batteries.
The State of Qatar has begun a pilot project to store grid-scale power using a 1MW/4MWh lithium-ion energy storage system— a first for the state that relies completely on power from gas and oil.
An online ‘match’ service by the Consortium for Battery Innovation (CBI) is set to help developers choose the most suitable lead batteries for their energy storage projects.
Western Australia government is offering AUS$13.2 million ($9.4 million) to attract lithium-ion battery cathode active materials production manufacturers to the state.