Aquion Energy Returns to Production in 2018

by Aquion Team Member on October 3, 2017 at 2:14 PM

Aquion Energy is excited to announce its return to the market in 2018. An improved AHI product based on the S-Line and Aspen form factor is targeted for an April 2018 release.


Aquion Energy, Inc. announces the resumption of operations this week after successfully emerging from Chapter 11 status

by Aquion Team Member on July 21, 2017 at 2:09 PM

PITTSBURGH, July 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Aquion Energy, Inc., the developer and manufacturer of Aqueous Hybrid Ion (AHI) batteries and systems, is excited to announce the resumption of operations this week after successfully emerging from Chapter 11 status. The investing company, a majority-American joint venture, is planning to rapidly rebuild strong technical, operations, and commercial teams. Delivering market-leading price, performance, safety, and sustainability remains the core target of the Aquion Energy Corp.


Aquion Energy, Inc. Files Voluntary Petition Under Chapter 11 to Target a Sale of Assets

by Aquion Team Member on March 8, 2017 at 2:00 PM


In the News: February 2017

by Claire Juozitis on March 7, 2017 at 10:59 AM


February brought energy storage news from every corner of the globe. There were new projects in China and Japan, new policies in Australia, and new smart solutions in the United Kingdom! Plus, solar batteries continued to gain recognition for their importance in our global renewable energy future. Not bad for the shortest month of the year! 


Home Batteries in Australia: The Market, Applications, and Results

by Adam Champion on March 2, 2017 at 5:30 PM

Australia is quickly becoming one of the leading markets for residential energy storage.

There are a few key reasons for why this enthusiastic uptake of home batteries is happening:

  • Australians already love solar power. Government incentives over the last 10 years have helped enable the installations of more than one million residential solar roofs. So, solar PV technology is in just about every neighborhood.
  • Australians use a lot of energy with a significant portion driven by air conditioning loads.
  • Some generous solar feed-in tariffs (rates of up to 60 cents/kWh for all energy created) have now come to an end. This means that for many households excess solar generation is now earning them very little.

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