GES, reshaping the energy transition in the Redox flow battery sector

GES, reshaping the energy transition in the Redox flow battery sector

GES – Green Energy Storage will participate for the first time at ZeroEmission Mediterranean 2023, in the new co-located event Redox Flow Batteries, dedicated to the flow battery industry.

GES‘s mission is to reshape the energy transition by developing flow batteries for stationary applications to enable sustainability through the accumulation of energy from renewable sources.

Founded in 2015 in Trento (Italy) by the current chairman Mr Salvatore Pinto, GES developed a hydrogen battery: this breakthrough technology produces its own hydrogen for a closed charge/discharge cycle and the liquid electrolyte is low-cost, safe, and environmentally friendly.

GES will take a prominent role at the ZeroEmission Mediterranean 2023 conference, where they plan to proactively connect with potential strategic partners interested in both industrial production and commercial management. Notably, Ilaria Pucher, the Head of Research and Development (R&D) at Green Energy Storage, has been actively engaged in the organization of Redox Flow Batteries. During the conference, she will deliver a presentation on the world of reflow batteries, and Francesca Niccolai, a scientist at GES, will host a presentation specifically focusing on the membrane component.

GES is pleased to welcome you to its stand and in the Conference sessions dedicated to Flow Batteries on 11th October and 12th October (click here for the full 3-day Conference Programme) at ZeroEmission Mediterranean, Rome Exhibition Centre, 10 – 12 October 2023.