Invinity On Vanadium Flow Batteries And The UK’s Net Zero Plans

Invinity Energy Systems (Invinity) has received a £700,000 boost from BEIS to conduct a feasibility study into the development of potentially the UK’s largest solar energy storage project.
The group specialises in energy storage systems and champions vanadium flow batteries (VFB), which can run continually with no degradation for over 25 years.
This makes them especially appealing during the global shift to renewables with increasing demand for large-scale energy storage.
Alongside its recent government backing, Invinity last month switched on Scottish Water’s first energy storage project.
Chief executive Larry Zulch (LZ) and chief commercial officer Matt Harper (MH) spoke with City A.M. about the appeal of vanadium batteries, and the challenges and opportunities within the current energy industry.