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StorTera news

July 29, 2018

StorTera shortlisted for Solar Power Portal & Energy Storage News Awards

We are pleased to announce that the project to develop our EESU emergency power backpack has been shortlisted for International Storage Project of the Year by the Solar Power Portal & Energy Storage News Awards. Earlier this year StorTera worked with KERA, a charity based in Sri Lanka, to develop and deploy the first EESU

July 29, 2018

BEIS Funding Awarded to StorTera

We are delighted to announce that StorTera has recently been awarded £526k funding from the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) under their Energy Storage Cost Reduction competition. The funding will allow us to accelerate our mission to develop low cost manufacturing techniques and build an assembly line for our ground breaking SLIQ flow

April 27, 2018

SLIQ flow battery demonstrator turns 1

On April 7th 2018, our first SLIQ flow battery demonstrator turned 1! The 8kW/30kWh system was installed for Knoydart Renewables to provide back-up power to their office when their hydro scheme goes down for maintenance or due to technical issues. The SLIQ allows the Knoydart Renewables staff to maintain office function and communications during the

November 06, 2017

MELCC Business Innovation of the Year Award

StorTera (previously Power Migration Partners) was delighted to win Business Innovation of the Year 2017 at the Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce Business Awards in October. We really enjoyed the event and meal at the Brunton theatre in Musselburgh and are very grateful to Business Gateway Edinburgh for the nomination.

September 24, 2017

Portable battery backpack prototype is handed over to Kera charity

StorTera has designed and assembled the first prototype of our 5kW/5kWh Emergency Energy Supply Unit, funded by Innovate UK. Pasidu handed the first system over to Kera charity at a launch event in Sri Lanka in September 2017. Since the event, Kera charity has reported that the system has already been used to support a