We won SMART funding in 2014 to develop the first flow battery prototype. Funded by the Local Energy Challenge Fund, we worked with Knoydart Renewables to complete a Phase 1 feasibility study for a flow battery to provide support to their hydro-powered micro-grid. Subsequently, a 8kW/30kWh demonstrator was installed in Inverie. In 2016, we were awarded Innovate UK funding to develop an Emergency Energy Storage Unit to provide low cost and portable energy to support disaster relief. The first EESU backpack was handed over to Kera-charity on the 24 th Of September 2017 by StorTera. Most recently, we have been awarded BEIS funding to develop a manufacturing process for our flow battery. The flow battery is expected to launch in 2019 and we are currently seeking investment to support our ambitious development plans. For more information on individual projects, see our case studies page or get in touch.
In November 2017, StorTera (previously Power Migration Partners) was awarded Business Innovation of the Year by Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce.