July 9, 2015
In late June, Alevo CEO Jostein Eikeland took us on a brief tour of what is going on at Alevo Manufacturing in Concord, NC. Here we see the production line taking shape. Equipment is arriving, being installed and tested in anticipation of the first GridBanks. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights we saw.
Outside we see big things happening as Alevo prepares for the first GridBank enclosures.
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