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    Dr. Schubert’s seawater battery energy storage system:  -the right kind of ESS for a seastead microgrid?


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    Very few details available.


    The video talks about using sodium, but the flyer shows lithium.  He does mention lithium in the video, but there is no other information available.  What is the organic liquid electrolyte?  What output levels do the lab-scale demos produce (kg of gas, liter of water, etc) for various currents?  What type of flow rates are required to replenish the sodium in the seawater electrolyte?


    It’s possible that details were in the Apr10 meeting, but as far as I can see there aren’t any minutes, slides, or video of the event.  So, this is vaporware in my opinion…

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    -great questions for the point of contact IUPUI/Richard G. Luger Center for Renewable Energy, Dr. Dr. Youngsik Kim.

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