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Double victory

Both the jury and the audience declare Elestor the winner of the Offshore Wind Innovators Awards 2022.

The jury said: “Elestor convinces with feasibility and entrepreneurship. The organisation is already robust. Elestor is well advanced in the development of the flow battery with bromine and hydrogen and the practical applicability has been proven.” The award was organised by TKI Wind op Zee to reward innovative contributions to the offshore energy transition.

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Elestor secures top international scientists for its Technical Advisory Board

Arnhem, The Netherlands, May 21, 2024. Dutch long-duration electricity storage company Elestor has secured the participation of a prominent group of scientists and sector experts as members of its newly created Technical Advisory Board. “As a cutting edge technology company, we invest significant resources in research and development in order to ensure we remain ahead of rivals in the clean energy storage sphere,” said Guido Dalessi, CEO, Elestor. “This leadership position has enabled us to attract top international scientists to our Technical Advisory Board, which is obviously going to be 100% independent to preserve the integrity of its members and of their conclusions.”

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LDES: Hydrogen Flow Batteries with Guido Dalessi, CEO Elestor

For this podcast episode, we have a special guest, Guido Dalessi, CEO of Elestor. Listen as we delve into their unique Hydrogen-Bromine flow batteries, discuss LDES in the Europe, how to secure right partnerships, and Elestor's plans for growth. Kudos to {antokrator ! https://www.pantokratorltd.com/

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Enabling Affordable Decarbonization

Decarbonisation is urgently needed to prevent humanity from exceeding tipping points in the climate system[1]. The graph below [2] shows the worldwide primary energy consumption [in Exajoules] from 1995 to 2020. The financial crisis (2009) and the COVID pandemic (2020) both caused a temporary reduction, but in overall there is a clear upward trend in the worldwide need for energy.

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