Saudi Arabia’s Tdafoq Energy has announced the signing of a manufacturing license and distribution agreement with Delectrik Systems, a vanadium redox flow battery manufacturer based in Gurgaon, India.
Under the agreement, Tdafoq Energy will sell Delectrik’s vanadium redox flow battery products manufactured in India in the Gulf countries (Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and UAE). It has also commenced to set up a local flow battery manufacturing plant in Saudi Arabia to serve the Gulf region. The production plant in Saudi Arabia will be scaled to a GWh capacity by 2025.
“The partnership aims to become a global technology leader in the fast-growing stationary energy storage segment, supporting the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 economic diversification objectives,” stated a joint statement by the two companies.
Delectrik’s products are based on the patented stack and system design using the proven and mature vanadium redox flow battery chemistry. The company manufactures RFB10, RFB40, and RFB200 series of vanadium flow batteries with 10 kWh, 40 kWh, and 200 kWh capacity, respectively. These systems can be connected to build larger systems of hundreds of MWh.
These systems are designed for use in residential, commercial, industrial, and grid-scale stationary energy storage applications. Delectrik is commercially selling these products in several regions such as USA, Australia, Western Europe, the Middle East, and India.
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