La Tene Maps on behalf of the International Flow Battery Forum (IFBF ) and La Tene Maps are happy
to announce the release of a new jointly published a map on Flow Battery Projects around the world.
The “World Flow Battery Storage Projects” map was produced to coincide with the 8th International
Flow Battery Forum Conference to be held in Manchester, UK on the 26th-28th June 2017.
There are under 100 flow battery projects in the world spread evenly through the US, Europe, China
and Australia with a few outliers elsewhere. The map shows the location of the projects by symbol
and has the name of the project, capacity, duration and project operator/owner attached.
John Coleman chief executive of La Tene Maps speaking on the release of the map said “ The World
Flow Battery Storage Projects map is our second map on Energy Storage and I hope it will be useful
to the industry. Flow Battery Storage projects are moving out of the research arena into the commercial
world and I expect that the uptake of this technology will increase with time. Flow Batteries are
only one of around a dozen battery types being used today. This new map follows on from the map
on British Energy Storage Projects published in May.
Apart from the IFBF conference the map will be available at conferences and exhibitions that the
IFBF and La Tene Maps attend during 2017 and 2018.
The World Flow Battery Storage Projects Map is also available for purchase in a variety of formats
from the website www.latenemaps.com
For further information contact: John Coleman, Chief Executive,
Tel+353 1 2847914
Mobile: +353 868570599
La Tene Maps is one of the biggest publishers of maps on electricity and renewable energy subjects
in Europe. A third map in the energy storage series titled “Europe – Major Energy Storage Projects”
is currently in preparation and is due for publication in the autumn of 2017.