Nature exclusively uses organic
molecules to store energy

NATURE AS A MODEL
FOR ENERGY STORAGE

All plants, animals and humans use metal-based systems for oxygen supply. In contrast, the supply of energy takes place via a redox reaction based on organic molecules.

Nobel Price for
Hans Adolf Krebs

In the citric acic cycle or Krebs cycle, organic substances are broken down and converted into energy. Hans Adolf Krebs was a pioneer in the study of the biochemical energy production of cells. In 1953 he received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Simplified principle for
industrial production

Specific ring molecules are capable of efficiently absorbing, storing and releasing energy as required. We have simplified this principle for the industrial production of our organic flow batteries.

Over billions of years, nature has developed very efficient processes to store energy.


Carbon is an almost unlimitedly available natural element. Therefore, very large stationary energy storage systems can cover any energy scenario.

High operational safety

The aqueous electrolyte solution is neither flammable nor explosive. This ensures safe operation for equipment, operating personnel and the environment.

Economically independant

The complete value chain can be covered locally. All raw materials are available in the long term. No imports from unstable countries are necessary for production.

Sustainability

All resources for the organic electrolyte are sufficiently available. No scarce or finite resources are consumed. The electrolyte is completely recyclable.