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The Associated Press noted University of Washington researchers involved in the PNNL-led Battery500 consortium will use a new energy storage lab in Seattle. The story was picked up nationally, including in The Sacramento Bee and U.S. News & World Report. 02.16.17

The Toledo Blade reported on a PNNL-led project in Northern Ohio on integrating building controls with the grid for optimized efficiency and grid stability. PNNL is teaming with University of Toledo and Case Western Reserve University. 01.23.17

Power Pulse noted its coverage of PNNL’s improved rechargeable zinc-manganese battery was its second-most read story in 2016. 01.02.17

Energy Wire interviewed PNNL’s Carl Imhoff—co-lead of the Grid Modernization Laboratory Consortium—on accomplishments and advancements in the grid space. No link available. 12.14.16

Forbes noted PNNL technology was the inspiration for UniEnergy Technology’s vanadium flow battery for grid energy storage. 12.13.16

The Everett Herald noted that PNNL technology is used in the vanadium flow batteries made by UniEnergy Technologies. 12.01.16

KING 5 noted that PNNL-developed vanadium technologies are the basis for UniEnergy Technologies’ vanadium flow battery, which are being installed at a Snohomish County PUD substation near Everett, Wash. 11.21.16

In a story about a new ionic electrolyte that is less likely to explode in batteries, Business Korea mentioned that PNNL collaborated with Kyung Hee University and Korea Institute of Science and Technology on the research. 11.16.16

Greentech Media mentioned a PNNL report in a story on regulating and sharing customer energy data. 11.08.16

Xconomy noted that PNNL, the University of Washington and Washington State University have signed a memorandum of understanding that builds upon research collaborations, including smart energy management. 11.04.16

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