By Derrick Penner
Vancouver Sun
Published: June 9, 2023

Vancouver company Invinity Energy Systems is betting big on the utility-sized batteries it is building inside a factory located in a former machine shop with high ceilings and overhead cranes on East Pender Street.

Each of the shipping container-sized batteries has the capability of providing electricity for 15 to 20 houses when the sun goes down on solar panels or when breezes stop turning wind turbines.

Paired with renewable power systems, batteries become the intermediary needed to turn intermittent energy sources into reliable electricity, and they are becoming a bigger factor in the explosive expansion of renewable power development…

“Where we see these being deployed, for the most part, is in jurisdictions where there is a huge uplift in the amount of renewable power being generated.”

Matt Harper

Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer at Invinity Energy Systems

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