Energy storage news: 05.02.14

Sprint, the telecoms company, is using hydrogen fuel cell energy storage on city rooftops as a back up for it mobile networks, in a programme part-funded by the US Department of Energy.

Sprint is using hydrogen fuel cell energy storage on city rooftops as a back up for its mobile telecoms networks, in a programme part-funded by the US Department of Energy. Photo credit: Tiberiu Ana

The important energy storage news from our Twitter feed this week.

  • EnStorage Israel and Princeton Power Systems have been awarded a USD$950,000 grant from the BIRD Foundation. The grant will be used to commercialise an energy storage system based on a hydrogen bromide flow battery and inverters.

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