Phoenix-based EarthEn has received funding and support from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to commercialise its long-duration energy storage solution that utilises supercritical carbon dioxide (sCO2) technology.
EarthEn’s CEO, Manas Pathak, is one of seven entrepreneurs selected for the support programme. Titled Innovation Crossroads, the two-year programme focuses on energy and advanced manufacturing technologies.
As part of the programme, EarthEn will receive DOE funding and support for collaborative research and development of EarthEn’s technology at ORNL’s Knoxville, Tennessee campus.
EarthEn’s Pods use CO2 in a closed loop to store 4-100+ hours of energy at a low cost, highly scalable, and safe way for 30 years.
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