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VIDEO: Watch PBS NOVA host David Pogue as he explores flywheel energy storage with Amber Kinetics’ co-founder Dr. Seth Sanders. Aired Feb-1-2017.

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Compelling Value, Tested Technology: Commercial Flywheel Energy Storage Systems

Key advantages of Amber Kinetics’ four-hour duration flywheel energy storage vs. chemical storage include unlimited cycling, zero degradation and a 30-year design life. Our all steel flywheels pose no risk of chemical fire, contain no hazardous chemicals, and are composed of readily obtainable materials. O&M is minimal. Amber Kinetics’ commercial products offer safe, economical and reliable energy storage for:

  • Customers in rapidly expanding utility-scale energy storage markets around the globe
  • Developing and islanded regions and nations with high electricity costs and unreliable grids
  • Mission critical military, industrial and commercial micro-grids
  • Cell phone infrastructure in remote locations or extreme climate conditions

The flywheel energy storage system is similarly uniquely suited to utility-scale applications including:

  • 4-Hour Flexible Resource Adequacy
  • Load-Shifting / Peak-Shaving
  • Ancillary Services such as Frequency Regulation
  • Renewable Firming
  • Spinning Reserve
  • Micro-grids

 

 

Enel Signs Agreement With U.S. Company Amber Kinetics

Rome, July 6th, 2017 – Enel S.p.A. (“Enel”) signed a two-year agreement with Amber Kinetics, the U.S.-based start-up born out of an initiative of professors and researchers from UC-Berkeley, with the aim of jointly assessing the start-up’s innovative “flywheel”...

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Nature Outlook Profiles Innovators

From Dr. Seth Sanders' research at UC-Berkeley to the marketplace, Amber Kinetics' steel flywheels are innovating energy storage and helping stabilize the grid as noted in Nature Outlook. To read the Nature Journal version of the story, Click...

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