Issue Date: February 8, 2016
How Redox Flow Batteries Could Stabilize Our Electric Grids
When Wei Wang gave his first presentation on redox flow batteries, at a conference on energy storage six years ago, he was given the least desirable time slot—the last one in the symposium. Only five people stayed for the talk.
“I was really downcast about the poor attendance,” recalls the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) researcher. “Especially because three of the people in the audience were from my own research group,” . . .
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