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Pacific Business News reported PNNL licensee UniEnergy Technologies will be installing one of its vanadium redox flow batteries, which are based on a PNNL electrolyte, near the Kona, Hawaii airport. 06.23.17

ChargedEVs quoted PNNL’s Michael Kintner-Meyer in a story about the power grid’s ability to support electric vehicles. 06.15.17

An blog post reported that PNNL and UniEnergy Technologies were recognized with a 2017 Green Chemistry Challenge Award for advancing energy storage. 06.13.17

The National Law Review, The Chemical Engineer, and others reported PNNL licensee UniEnergy Technologies was among the winners of the 2017 EPA Green Chemistry Challenge Awards for its vanadium redox flow battery, which is based on a PNNL electrolyte. 06.12.17

The Tri-City Herald, Herald of Everett, Chemical & Engineering News, and the Mulkiteo Beacon reported that PNNL licensee UniEnergy Technologies, whose vanadium redox flow battery is based on PNNL technology, received an EPA Green Chemistry Challenge Award. 06.09.17

An EnergyWire story on cyber threats in the gas industry briefly notes PNNL’s role in tracking cyberthreats to the electric grid. 05/26/17

Green Car Congress reported that PNNL and Sandia significantly improved the performance of lithium-sulfur batteries. 05.02.17

Ars Technica and Energy Storage News reported that PNNL’s electrolyte chemistry is used in UniEnergy Technologies’ vanadium flow battery, which was recently installed as the world’s largest containerized flow battery. 04.06.17

Chemical Engineering Progress quoted PNNL’s Wu Xu in a story about PNNL’s new electrolyte additive for lithium-metal batteries. Subscription required. 04.01.17

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

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