December 25, 2014 6:40 PM ET

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Company Overview of Imergy Power Systems, Inc.

Company Overview

Imergy Power Systems, Inc. is engaged in design, engineering, manufacturing, and marketing stationary energy storage systems using flow battery technology for telecom, banking, railways, highway infrastructure, and defense sectors. It offers redox flow batteries. The company’s products have applications in wireless phone towers, rural ATMs and POS, signaling stations, remote lighting and networking, and forward posts and Remote stations in the United States and internationally. Imergy Power Systems, Inc. was formerly known as Deeya Energy, Inc. and changed its name to Imergy Power Systems, Inc. in December 2013. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Fremont, California with additio...

48611 Warm Springs Boulevard

Fremont, CA 94539

United States

Founded in 2004

Phone:

510-668-1485

Fax:

510-991-9848

Key Executives for Imergy Power Systems, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 61
President and Chief Operating Officer
Age: 53
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 63
Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Research
Senior Vice President of Global Operations and Managing Director of India
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Imergy Power Systems, Inc. Key Developments

Foresight Renewable Solutions Selects Imergy's ESP30 Series Vanadium-Based Flow Batteries for a Smart Microgrid Project

Imergy Power Systems announced that Foresight Renewable Solutions has selected Imergy's ESP30 series vanadium-based flow batteries for a Smart Microgrid project sponsored by the California Energy Commission (CEC) and hosted by the U.S. Navy. To be deployed at the Navy's Mobile Utilities Support Equipment (MUSE) Facility in Port Hueneme, California, the Smart Microgrid project will focus on developing applications and use-case scenarios to optimize power consumption at military bases, college campuses, industrial parks and other institutions.

Imergy Power Systems Receives Order from Energy Research Systems

Imergy Power Systems announced that Energy Research Systems has signed a purchase order for four ESP5 vanadium flow batteries, marking the first orders for Imergy in the United States. The ESP5 is capable of 5 kilowatts (kW) of capacity and can store up to 30 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity. Currently, over 200 Imergy vanadium flow batteries are installed worldwide, with customers ranging from residential users to remote off-grid commercial users to institutional microgrids. The four ESP5s ordered by Energy Research Systems will be used by: Two residential customers, who are installing the ESP5 vanadium flow batteries in conjunction with new off-grid solar power systems. One microgrid customer, who is installing the ESP5 vanadium flow battery as it works to develop an off-grid microgrid to test various solar, storage, hydrogen production and other advanced energy technologies. One institutional customer, a technical school's science center, recipient of both LEED(TM) Platinum and Living Building Challenge(TM) certifications. Their ESP5 vanadium flow battery will work in conjunction with a solar power system at the facility as the school evaluates how to take their entire campus off-grid using renewable energy and energy storage technologies.

Imergy Power Systems Unveils New Class of Energy Storage Platform, ESP30 Series with High Power Capability and Energy Storage Capacity

Imergy Power Systems introduced the ESP30 series, a new generation of vanadium flow batteries that dramatically lowers the cost and increases the performance and flexibility of energy storage systems for utilities, renewable energy projects, microgrids, and commercial and industrial customers. The ESP30 series has a power capability of up to 50 kilowatts (kW) and can store up to 200 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity. The power and capacity of the ESP30 make it well suited for a variety of demanding energy storage applications, including peak shaving, demand response, energy shifting, renewable energy firming, and microgrid or back-up power. It is the first battery from Imergy to use secondary sources of vanadium like mining slag, fly ash, and other environmental waste. As a result of this technology and other developments, Imergy will be able to lower the cost of its flow batteries from $500 per kilowatt hour, already an industry benchmark, to under $300 per kilowatt hour. The ESP30 modules measure approximately 6 meters (20' shipping container), with available energy ranging from 2 to 12 hours of output duration. ESP30 modules can be linked together to form Energy Storage Platforms (ESP) capable of delivering megawatts of power and storing megawatt hours of energy. The system provides power security (can operate in full islanded mode) and power quality (with fast response time for seamless power source transitions, load transients, and photovoltaic system firming). The ESP30 also incorporates fast charge capabilities and controls and electronics, and can be remotely managed using secure Linux- and Windows-based integrated dispatch optimization software.

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