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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

Former First Solar CEO Jim Hughes Joins Eos Energy Storage as Chairman of the Board

Business Wire / November 15, 2016

Eos Energy Storage (“Eos”) – pioneer of the safe, ultra-low cost Znyth® battery – today announced that Jim Hughes, former CEO of First Solar (FSLR), has joined as Chairman of the Board to guide the company’s transition from technology development to commercial manufacturing and product deployment. The wealth of knowledge and experience Hughes brings from his time at the helm of First Solar will be invaluable during this important stage in Eos’ growth.

Eos Energy Storage Is Raising $23M to Scale Up Zinc-Based Grid Battery Production

Greentech Media / October 19, 2016

Eos Energy Storage, the startup that’s attracted utility interest from around the world in its low-cost, zinc-based batteries, is raising money to build more of them, and to get those units out in the field. Deployments are needed to prove the company’s bold claims of multi-hour, long-lasting energy storage at a cost of $160 per kilowatt-hour. On Tuesday, Eos announced the initial closing of a sale in a private placement of approximately $23 million.

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.

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