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MSU’s Redox Flow Battery Can Store Sun, Wind Energy

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Finding more efficient ways to harness and store renewable energy is the goal of the Michigan State University Bioeconomy Institute in Holland, Michigan. Spartan researchers are creating a cheaper and more durable version of a redox flow battery, which can store energy from the sun and wind. Currently in the prototypephase, the device could one day open the door to large-scale operations…

MSU BI – Holland

Two employees working in chemical manufacturing plant

Providing specialty chemical processing, scale-up services and manufacturing.

MSU BI – Lansing

Staff working in plant

Derisking and accelerating biobased technologies to commercialization.