We won SMART funding in 2014 to develop the first flow battery prototype. Working with Knoydart Renewables, a 8kW/30kWh demonstrator was installed in Inverie in April 2017 and has been running successfully since then. We continue to develop the SLIQ flow battery funded by BEIS (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy £526k) and are expecting to launch in 2020. We have developed a range of highly functional inverters that include demand side response functionality, that we continue to evolve into industry leading technology. For more information on individual projects, see our case studies page or get in touch.
In 2018, we were shortlisted for International Storage Project of the Year by the Solar Power Portal & Energy Storage News Awards for which we received an honourable mention. We were also shortlisted for the IET Power and Energy Innovation award. In November 2017, we were awarded Business Innovation of the Year by Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce.