Three pioneering zinc battery companies—Eos Energy Enterprises, Redflow, and Urban Electric Power—have received substantial funding to advance zinc battery technology, a promising avenue in the journey toward efficient energy storage.
Eos Energy Enterprises received a conditional commitment for a nearly $400 million loan from the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Loan Program Office (LPO).
The Zinc battery market is gaining momentum as leading firms are establishing themselves within the greater battery manufacturing industry.
ZincFive is entering the EV charging and Microgrid markets through strategic partenrships with Kaizen Clean Energy and Advanced Power & Energy.
DNV and Utility Dive recently released a report on the opportunity for non-lithium batteries considering the IRA using Zinc Bromine battery manufacturer Eos Energy Storage as a prime example.
The funds will allow Octet to support non-grid markets with new product development, among other things.
Zinc Bromine battery company, Redflow teams up with cleantech integrator, Ameresco to bring advanced energy storage systems to North America and Europe
Zinc-based batteries were the 9th most VC funded category in energy in 2022
Stokholm-based battery manufacturer, Enerpoly, completes their $1.5M seed raise and wins €870 EU grant to pilot their zinc-ion battery technology.
Zinc8 will manufacture its long duration energy storage systems in an old IBM site in Ulster County, New York.