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Claim: Expensive Vanadium Flow Batteries will Make Renewable Energy Viable

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Vanadium is expensive, though the price fluctuates wildly – currently $11K to $15K / tonne of Vanadium Pentoxide. But advocates claim Vanadium flow batteries have the potential to solve the intermittency of renewable energy.

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