August 2022 Newsletter

Environmentally Sustainable
Long-Duration Energy Storage

Company Updates…

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What a Week: Energy Secretary Jennifer M. Granholm, Senators Wyden and Merkley, and Governor Brown Tour ESS Inc. Facility as Landmark Climate Legislation is Enacted

Following last month’s Senate passage of the IRA, ESS welcomed Secretary Jennifer M. Granholm of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to our Wilsonville, OR facility on August 9th.The Secretary was joined by Oregon Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley and Oregon Governor Kate Brown. While on site, the delegation toured the ESS factory, met some of the dedicated team of engineers and staff who design and build our iron flow battery systems, and discussed the opportunities presented by long-duration energy storage technologies to decarbonize the grid.

“You guys are amazing. This is what keeps me up at night: How do we get long duration energy storage?” said Secretary Granholm. “We need to get the word out – on my next trip, I want to visit one of your sites where it’s actually being deployed.”

In The News …

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ESS ESS Inc. Commissions Energy Warehouse™ System at Pennsylvania Microgrid

Rep. Chrissy Houlahan (PA-06) joined ESS, TerraSol Energies, and Sycamore International to inaugurate solar and storage microgrid to power industrial facility in Chester County.

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ESS Announces Strategic Partnership to Deploy Long-Duration Energy Storage in Australia and Deliver an Expected 12 GWh of Iron Flow Batteries

Agreement between ESS and Energy Storage Industries Asia Pacific to deliver grid-scale iron flow batteries will accelerate the deployment of long-duration energy storage and catalyze the clean energy transition in Australia, New Zealand and Oceania.

Upcoming events

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Sep 19-22, Anaheim CA

ESS will be exhibiting at RE+ in booth #652. Be sure to stop by. In addition, don’t miss ESS’ SVP of Business Development and Sales, Hugh McDermott, who will present: Achieving Net Carbon Neutrality with Long Duration Energy Storage, Tuesday September 20,1:00 PM – 1:30 PM. The session will cover how Long Duration Energy Storage will help the path to net-zero carbon emissions.

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Sep 26-29, Virtual and In-Person

ESS is proud to participate in National Clean Energy Week, an event that celebrates clean energy policies, industries, and innovations that power our daily lives while producing low to no greenhouse gas emissions. Join ESS CEO, Eric Dresselhuys, for the panel: The American Advantage: Strengthening US Competitiveness, Thursday, Sep 29, 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM.

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Oct 26-27, Melbourne

ESS will be exhibiting in stand M139 at All-Energy Australia, the country’s largest and most anticipated clean energy event. ESS CEO Eric Dresselhuys will be speaking about how Energy Storage Will Drive the Global Energy Transition. More details to come.

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