1. Research: Iron vs Vanadium for solar flow battery storage

    Research: Iron vs Vanadium for solar flow battery storage
    Researchers around the world are already building successful flow batteries, but usually using Vanadium, a rare metal mined in Russia and South Africa that sells for $8 to $25 per pound in its raw form, according to the release. Iron, on the other hand, is plentiful in North America and sells for just 25 cents per pound after processing.
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