Fluidic Energy aims to use long-duration energy storage to deliver renewable power to 100 million people

Written By: Stratton Report
August 24, 2016

On August 24, Fluidic Energy announced its business plan goal of providing power to 100 million people globally by 2025 via long duration energy storage technology and renewable energy.

According to the company, Fluidic rechargeable and long duration Zinc-air energy storage technology can deliver uninterrupted renewable electricity over several days without the use of diesel generators, eliminating harmful emissions and lowering costs.

In October 2015, Fluidic signed an MOU with the government of Indonesia to provide renewable energy and storage to 1.7 million people in the remote regions of the country. In March 2016, Fluidic also reached an MOU with the government of Madagascar, under which the company will provide reliable renewable energy to 100 villages and communities and 400,000 people on the island.

Fluidic Energy CEO, Steve Scharnhorst remarked:

“Fluidic’s experience, partnerships, leadership and unique technology enable us to develop and execute some of the largest commercially viable and immediately deployable rural electrification projects.The entire Fluidic Energy team has rallied around our commitment to deliver reliable and clean electricity, positively impacting more than 100 million people by 2025, elevating the prosperity of entire communities in the process. It’s an ambitious target, but our growing momentum in diverse climates and harsh environments around the globe, and the proven performance of our Zinc-air long duration battery technology provides us confidence that the goal can be achieved.”