Eos Energy Enterprises, the NASDAQ-listed designer and manufacturer of energy storage systems based on the company’s aqueous zinc battery technology, has announced three large-scale projects in the US and India.
While the company didn’t reveal details regarding the project sizing etc. however, it did name its customers; which includes Hecate Energy, Azure Power and ZGlobal Inc.
The Hecate project in Texas is the first booked order as part of the broad-ranging agreement to provide over 1 GWh of energy storage projects to Hecate Energy, which Eos announced in November 2020.
The Azure project is part of a large solar development in India where Eos energy storage solutions will be installed to provide solar shifting.
Eos has said that its long-duration zinc hybrid cathode batteries are best suited to applications that require around 4-8 hour storage and discharge of energy, but can go to higher power and longer run times. Its battery system, called Eos Znyth, can be used for either front-of-the-meter grid storage or behind-the-meter customer-sited applications as well as for off-grid installations. The technology is expected to have a 20-year lifetime even with 100% depth of discharge cycling every day and the company has set up a manufacturing facility in Pittsburgh. Link to the news: https://www.energy-storage.news/news/zinc-battery-storage-contracts-in-texas-india-and-california-for-eos-energy