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IEEE Spectrum published a story on how PNNL-developed vanadium redox-flow batteries have become competitive for grid-scale energy storage. 10.26.17

InsideEVs reported that the PNNL-led Battery500 consortium has granted funding to 15 new battery technology projects. 08.27.17

iConnect07 noted PNNL collaborated with Argonne National Laboratory to develop a non-aqueous flow battery for grid energy storage. 08.15.17

ChargedEVs reported 15 new energy storage projects have been awarded funding through the PNNL-led Battery500 consortium. 08.11.17

CleanTechnica reported $5.7 million in funding has been awarded for next-generation energy storage research through the PNNL-led Battery 500 energy storage consortium. 08.07.17

The Idaho Statesman reported that PNNL is developing grid energy storage in a story about the future of the Snake River dams and other Northwest electricity infrastructure. The Tri-City Herald and the Bellingham Herald reposted the story. 08.04.17

Chemical & Engineering News interviewed PNNL's Chongmin Wang as an outside expert for a story on a new way to image lithium ions. 08.03.17

Green Car Congress reported that 15 energy storage projects were awarded nearly $6 million in DOE funding through the PNNL-led Battery500 consortium. 07.21.17

The Guardian quoted PNNL’s Jun Liu in a story about research and development into advanced batteries for electric vehicles. 07.19.17

Energy.gov blogged about DOE providing funding for 15 “seedling” projects as part of the PNNL-led Battery500 consortium’s goal to more than double the specific energy of lithium batteries. 07.12.17

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