May 28, 2015
Alevo along with some of the most forward-thinking professionals in Energy Storage gathered in Dallas, Texas for the 25th annual Energy Storage Association’s conference and Expo. The ESA is comprised of over 120 private companies, non-profit organizations, and individual experts working together to educate the public and inform regulators and legislators about the importance of energy storage technologies.
250-kilowatts of Alevo Battery Technology will become part of the Duke Energy Microgrid Research Center in Mount Holly, North Carolina. Duke Energy established a testing center at their Mount Holly Training facility a few years ago to explore new microgrid technologies and take an in-depth look at how new microgrid technology can enhance the grid. […]
In late 2014, a virtually unknown company called Alevo announced it was entering the energy storage market with a new inorganic, sulfur-based lithium ion battery technology that it had acquired from the bankrupt German company fortu PowerCell. Alevo entered the U.S. with a big splash, investing over $68 million in the 3.5 million-square-foot former Philip Morris […]
Alevo, the energy storage company, today announced is highest score yet