American Vanadium’s Cellcube System to be Evaluated at the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory Facility

American Vanadium Corp. (TSXV:AVC,OTCQX:AVCVF) announces that the CellCube vanadium redox flow energy storage system will be evaluated and demonstrated at the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory facility.

As quoted in the press release:

As the US Energy Department’s only national laboratory focused on renewable energy and energy efficiency, NREL is uniquely positioned to help inform and guide energy system transformation. NREL complements its scientific research with high-quality, credible, technology-neutral and objective analysis that spans the entire energy portfolio. They inform policy and investment decisions, as renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies move from concept to commercialization to market penetration. NREL is a government-owned, contractor-operated facility; it is funded through the U.S Department of Energy. – See more at:

American Vanadium Corp. President & CEO, Bill Radvak, said:

Given the strong interest received from utilities, solar developers, integrators and other potential customers, this demonstration of the CellCube at the premier independent testing facility of the US Department of Energy is a critical step for our Company. A number of leading utilities, integrators and developers will be participating and observing the operation of the CellCube, and we welcome other interested customers and partners to join us with this important demonstration.

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