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North American Clean Energy, Penn Energy, and The Herald of Everett, Wash., reported that a vanadium flow battery based on PNNL electrolyte chemistry was installed at a Snohomish PUD substation as part of a Washington state-funded energy storage project. 03.30.17

Daily Energy Insider reported that Henry Huang was elected to the rank of fellow at IEEE. 03.24.

Public Power Daily noted that PNNL’s Carl Imhoff testified before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, speaking on opportunities to improve American energy infrastructure. 03.21.17

Military-Technologies.net posted that PNNL will lead the Exascale Co-Design Center, titled “ExaGraph: Combinatorial Methods for Enabling Exascale Applications Co-Design Center.” 03.15.17

Smart Grid Observer reports that PNNL chief grid architect Jeff Taft will be a speaker at the second Grid Modernization Forum in April in Chicago. 03.13.17

Yahoo! Finance and others reported that Golden Share, which licensed PNNL’s vanadium electrolyte technology for flow batteries, has successful produced the electrolyte in a trial. 02.28.17

Chemical & Engineering News quoted PNNL’s Jason Zhang in a story about batteries that run on air. 02.27.17

Utility Dive reported that the University of Toledo in Ohio is collaborating with PNNL to test VOLTTRON software that can automate energy use of buildings on its campus. 02.23.17 

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

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