ESS CEO, Craig Evans, makes World Generations Class of 2017

March 28, 2017

Craig evans makes world-gen's class of 2017Craig Evans, ESS CEO made World Generation’s Class of 2017; asserts the company’s primary use of its all-iron flow battery is for PV smoothing.

One of the biggest emerging use cases for integrating batteries with solar is long-duration storage and the beneficial impacts that 4+ hours of storage will have on the market in terms of how the value of solar and other renewables installations are measured. For example having the flexibility to integrate both power and energy use applications using stored solar power is an incredible use case for this resource.

Read more of Craig’s input on his Class of 2017 page.

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