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Moving Clean Energy Technology from Lab to Market

Project: Tec Talk

Topics: Renewable sources, Energy conservation, Global warming, Processing of energetic materials, Stability of energetic materials

A Michigan State University research group has developed thermochemical battery long duration energy storage technology with support from the U.S. DOE ARPA-E. The thermochemical battery technology has been demonstrated in the laboratory with daily cycling over a several month period. It has been found to provide unprecedented volumetric energy density (2400 MJ/m3) at low capital cost ($10/kWh). The thermochemical battery technology was spun out of the laboratory into a startup venture, RedoxBlox. This talk will discuss the thermochemical battery value proposition, market opportunities, and challenges faced getting clean energy technology to market.

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