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Eos produces cost effective energy storage solutions that are not only less expensive than other battery technologies, but less expensive than the most economical alternative used today to provide the same services—gas turbines for peak power generation and transmission and distribution assets for delivery capacity.


Grid-scale energy storage will transform the way we produce, deliver, and consume electricity. With storage, utilities can rely on a cleaner, more efficient energy mix while reducing costs…

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Commercial & Industrial

In today’s high tech world, commercial and industrial facilities require better power quality and reliability and new means of managing ever increasing electricity costs. Eos’ battery technology…

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Renewable energy accounts for an increasing portion of our electricity supply; however, the fastest growing of these resources only produce electricity when the wind is blowing or….

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Eos in the News

Convergent Energy + Power Announces a 10 MW, 40 MW-Hour Energy Storage Project with Pacific Gas and Electric Co.

Business Wire / December 3, 2015

Convergent Energy + Power, a market-leading energy storage asset developer, has announced a 10 MW, 40 MW-hour project award from Pacific Gas and Electric Company (“PG&E”). This project was selected as part of the first round of PG&E’s highly competitive Energy Storage Request For Offers solicitation, with results announced December 2, 2015.
Where Batteries Make Economic Sense on the Electricity Grid

Power Engineering / November 2015

Batteries are making a splash. A congruence of technology advancement, cost reduction, and supportive policy has created the perfect storm for energy storage. Within the last 12 months, major players have launched new products, announced partnerships, and commissioned projects heralding the dawn of a new era, or better yet the transformation of the electricity grid as we know it.
The Battery Revolution: A Technology Disruption, Economics and Grid Level Application Discussion with Eos Energy

Forbes / January 13, 2015

Recent advancements in energy storage technology could finally make renewables, such as wind and solar, truly viable economic alternatives to fossil fuels when it comes to generating power. The ability to store power bridges the reliability gaps that occur with renewables, when, on any given day, the sun just doesn’t shine bright enough or the wind doesn’t blow hard enough to feed the hungry power grid.
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