Demand for energy storage is growing rapidly as the electrification of transportation accelerates and the global economy shifts towards intermittent wind and solar generation. One recent study estimated a 14-fold increase in battery demand globally by 2030 to support rapidly growing EV and grid-scale energy storage needs.
By Hugh McDermott, CEO | Last week, we celebrated the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Action (IRA) at ESS.
By Alan Greenshields, Director of Europe, ESS Inc. | ESS recently participated in the Smarter E Europe conference in Munich, Germany, where energy industry leaders and innovators from around the world gathered to discuss the future of renewable energy.
By Chris Montgomery, VP Integrated Supply Chain | Much like actual oil, the supply chain for lithium-ion batteries exposes buyers to reputational and economic risks — especially for companies with commitments to ESG and corporate responsibility.
By Vince Canino, COO | At our manufacturing facility in Wilsonville, Oregon, we are hard at work implementing advanced automation technologies and leveraging Lean manufacturing principles to accelerate production and ensure quality
By: Eric Dresselhuys | In 1970, the first Earth Day was spurred by growing concerns about industrial pollution. In the decades since, increasing carbon emissions and climate change have come to the forefront of political and environmental conversations.
By Eric Dresselhuys, CEO | Last week, I joined energy industry leaders in Austin, Texas for the 10th Energy Thought Summit (ETS).
ESS’ Commitment to Providing the Safest Long-duration Energy Storage Systems Accelerates the Energy Transition
By Hugh McDermott, SVP Sales & Business Development | New technologies, such as the iron flow batteries manufactured by ESS, are available today and provide cost-effective LDES without the safety and operational concerns associated with other technologies.