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Ambri inks deal to deploy its liquid metal battery at a US ESS project

Thu, 11/26/2020 - 09:34 -- paul Crompton

Liquid metal battery firm Ambri is set to deploy its energy storage technology in a US data centre following an agreement with TerraScale.

The collaboration includes delivery of 250MWh Ambri system to TerraScale’s Energos Reno project in Nevada, which is planned to start next year.

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Ambri reveals next-gen liquid-metal battery chemistry

Thu, 10/16/2014 - 10:23 -- Editor

Ambri is developing a lithium-antimony-lead liquid-metal battery for grid-scale energy storage applications.

The materials used in Ambri’s original design were magnesium and antimony separated by a molten salt, but this is typified by relatively low voltage and high temperatures.

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Factory opened to build liquid metal battery prototype

Wed, 11/13/2013 - 17:01 -- Ruth Williams
Professor Donald Sadoway

Ambri, the company working to bring the liquid metal battery to market, has opened its first manufacturing site in Marlborough, Massachusetts, US.

The plant will build prototype batteries as well as demonstrating the equipment and processes necessary to make the molten salt battery. The battery is made of magnesium and antimony as liquid electrodes and molten salt for the electrolyte heated to allow a current to allow a high pass current to pass through. A Professor at Michigan Institute of Technology, Donald Sadoway, who wanted to design a low cost battery for grid-scale storage, began the project.

 

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