While it’s accurate to use descriptors such as game-changing, innovative or disruptive, the real power of Fluidic’s energy storage platform is the ability to store and discharge energy at a cost that enables large amounts of energy storage to be integrated into the world’s electricity supply, transmission, and distribution networks. 

Our founders and financial partners understood from the beginning that dramatically lower cost methods for storing and dispatching electricity would enable the world’s electricity grids to be brought into the 21st century, enabling us to fully capture the benefits of deploying vast amounts of renewable wind and solar energy while lowering the cost of operating and maintaining a reliable transmission and distribution network.                        

Fluidic improves energy security today with 4, 8, 12, 24 hour and longer back up power solutions for those impacted by weak and unreliable grids – a situation that severely impacts economic output in many parts of the world. Fluidic has started to deliver 24-7 power, through remote microgrids, to the world’s 1.2 billion people who remain without any form of electricity – those who have historically been unable to experience a certain quality of life, the ability to learn, communicate, and participate in a connected world. Fluidic has a vision to impact the lives of these people.  

This is what drives Fluidic's team. Why we enter the communities we serve and establish manufacturing facilities, create jobs, provide training, and improve the local economy and quality of life. Simply put, Fluidic Energy is transforming the way energy is generated, delivered, and consumed around the world.

In 2017 Bloomberg New Energy Finance selected Fluidic Energy as one of only 10 companies to be named a New Energy Pioneer.




Vision 2025: Changing Lives

The Fluidic Energy team has rallied around the ambitious goal of delivering clean, secure, 24-7 electricity to more than 100 million underserved people by 2025. Follow our progress.

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