Ashlawn Energy News
|Aug 2013: Crain's Cleveland Business: Read about the Painesille, Ohio Energy Storage Project in Crain's Cleveland Advanced Energy Blog: "While vanadium redox sounds like something you would hear at a Star Trek convention, it has become a familiar term to the City of Painesville, which is working with Ashlawn Energy to demonstrate the technology's battery storage capacity at its municipal power plant."
|Feb, 2013: Norma Byron, President of Ashlawn Energy, is recognized by the Manufacturing Institute, the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, University of Phoenix, and Deloitte with the first Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Award. The inaugural STEP Awards honor women who have demonstrated excellence and leadership in their careers and represent all levels of the manufacturing industry, from the factory-floor to the C suite.|
|November / December 2012 American Public Power Magazine. Read about the City of Painesville, Ohio, home of the oldest municipal coal plant in the US, and their collaboration with Ashlawn Energy and the Department of Energy to put in place Ashlawn's energy storage system that will create a working model for the nation.|
|IEEE prioritizes Energy Storage for the Growth and Stability of the Electrical Grid The USA branch of the Institute for Electronics and Electrical Engineers identifies Grid-Scale Energy Storage as an essential component for the expansion and optimization of the energy infrastructure of the United States: "If intermittent sources of electric power, such wind and solar, are to reach their full potential to contribute to the nation's power requirements, technologies for large-scale energy storage must be developed and deployed. Such large-scale energy storage .... facilitate more efficient utilization of the grid"|
|Recognition from the President of the United States President Barack Obama, speaking at the "Winning the Future" forum in Cleveland Ohio, says the Ashlawn Energy Vanadium Redox Battery is "One of the coolest things I have ever said out loud" on Feb. 22, 2011. The Winning the Future forum brought together technology and manufacturing entities committed to spurring high technology job growth in Northeast Ohio.
Click the image to view the video of speech. Click here to read Ashlawn Energy's press release thanking the President for the recognition.
|Ashlawn Energy Wins 2011 NorTech Innovation Award: The NorTech Innovation Award honors Northeast Ohio's latest technological breakthroughs that demonstrate the ability to positively impact industries and markets along with the local economy through job creation, attraction of capital investment, and overall business growth.|
|Learn about the collaboration between Ashlawn Energy and the City of Painesville in Ohio Ashlawn Energy, the City of Painesville in Ohio, and Painesville Municipal Electric showcase new technology & innovation through a unique solution for renewable energy, a grid-level energy storage system connected to a municipal power generator.|