HydraRedox’s unique technical specifications, scalability and high degree of customization widely extends its range of applications and end-users. The flexibility of design means that HydraRedox storage can be used for multiple applications (simultaneously or at different times) generating multiple value streams.

Peak shaving

Using stored energy to address peak demand, thereby avoiding need to build extra capacity to supply peaks only.

Power quality

Providing accurate and rapid response and protect against short-duration disturbances in the grid.

Renewables integration

Balancing out generation variability, addressing mismatch between generation and demand and bridging compatibility with grid.


Purchasing electricity from the grid when it is cheap and storing it for later use when grid electricity is more expensive – reducing overall charges.

Contingency reserves

Providing large contingency reserves of power to mitigate large, sudden and unexpected loss of generation or transmission capacity.

Frequency regulation

Maintaining grid frequency within its nominal range through rapid response to restore balance between demand and supply.

Load transfer

Shifting energy consumption through time and bridging gaps/time delays that occurs when switching between one source of power to another.

UPS/Back up power

Providing immediate back up response in case of outages.

Ancillary Services

Supplying, autonomously, the energy for the ancillary services required in solar and wind farms.


HydraRedox large scale storage solutions bring a wide range of benefits to the renewable, industrial and grid sectors.

Renewables Operators

  • Accelerating the growth of renewables around the world
  • Increasing decentralization, micro grids, bringing reliable electricity to remote areas
  • Reducing reliance on diesel generators

Industrial and Commercial

  • Ensuring quality and reliability of power
  • Managing rising/variability cost of electricity
  • Providing independent long duration storage for energy intensive industries


  • Reducing the need for excess capacity to be built to accommodate peak demand
  • Enabling full renewable integration for a green and more stable grid
  • Providing ancillary services