The VRFB is the simplest and most developed flow battery in mass commercial operations
- The flow battery was first developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in the 1970s and unlike conventional batteries, the liquid electrolytes are stored in separated storage tanks, not in the power cell of the battery
- During operation these electrolytes are pumped through a stack of power cells, or membrane, where a reversable oxidation (“redox”) electrochemical reaction takes place, charging or discharging the battery
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