‘Encouraging Numbers’ From World’s Largest Lithium-vanadium Hybrid Bess 12 Months In

The early numbers on the benefits of the Energy Superhub Oxford’s combination of lithium-ion and vanadium flow batteries are “encouraging”, project owner EDF Renewables told Energy-Storage.news in an interview one year on from its launch.
The project in the UK city of Oxford was officially inaugurated 12 months ago with the opening of one of two main components of the project, its 42-bay EV charging park, claimed to be the most powerful in Europe. Energy Superhub Oxford was launched by developer Pivot Power which was then acquired by EDF.
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