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    2. Contenders: Long Duration Energy Storage Technologies, and Who's Behind Them

      Contenders: Long Duration Energy Storage Technologies, and Who's Behind Them
      ...tage of commercialisation, start-up Ambri’s liquid metal batteries spawned out of the GroupSadoway lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. They comprise a liquid calcium alloy anode, a molten salt electrolyte a...
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    1. We believe that working with MIT under this collaborative agreement will expedite Sunvault technology into real world applications.
      In Sunvault Energy Signs Collaborative Agreement With Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    2. Engagement with industry to accelerate deployment of clean energy technologies is a crucial component of MIT's Plan for Climate Action, a driving force behind the development of the Low-Carbon Energy Centers, and an important strategy for academia and governments to pursue to meet the objectives of the Paris climate agreement.
      In MIT Energy Initiative Welcomes Exelon as Member for Clean Energy Research
    3. By collaborating with world-renowned research university MIT, Exelon is taking a leadership role in creating a clean energy future.
      In MIT Energy Initiative Welcomes Exelon as Member for Clean Energy Research
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