Austrian Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries’ expert CellCube settles in North America

Enerox GmbH, better known as ‘CellCube’, developing pioneer and global technology leader for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries (VRFBs), has announced the establishment of its 100% subsidiary in Denver, Colorado, USA, by May 4th, 2022. With this step the No. 1 VRFB  player responds to the exploding market demand in North America for Long Duration Energy Storage (LDES). LDES technology opens the possibility for solutions in 24/7 renewable energy supply, self-operated net-zero microgrid applications, sustainable energy supply, blackout prevention and energy self-sufficiency in many industrial and commercial segments as well as in the field of critical infrastructure.

With our proven and bankable technology we are capable to accelerate the energy transition and help achieving challenging climate targets”, says Alexander Schoenfeldt, CEO of CellCube Austria and USA, “Being a global leader in this space we are very enthusiastic about our new presence in North America, as it will allow us to build and use local supply chain and engage with our business and R&D partners in the US more easily. As a result, we will offer the best in class product in North America in a very sustainable and innovative way.

Enerox company history has been started off by a visionary, very small team of R&D experts, who anticipated today’s economic and environmental challenges already 20 years ago. Today – reports the press release – CellCube has an immense track record of successful projects and well-established long-term partnerships, both in business and R&D, which now gets accessible for North American Long Duration Energy Storage deployments. In comparison to lithium-ion, the Vanadium electrolyte is non-flammable, non-explosive and does not degrade over 20 or 30 years of operation. The Vanadium based technology is the solution of choice to fast-forward decarbonization in many industries and commercial business.

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