Company Overview of UniEnergy Technologies, LLC
UniEnergy Technologies, LLC manufactures large-scale energy storage systems for utility, micro-grid, commercial and industrial, and other applications. It offers Uni.System, a system that delivers 600kW power and 2.2 MWh energy in a compact footprint of five containers. The company’s product is used in renewable integration, resource and market services, T&D system support, micro-grid support, stacked applications, C&I savings, and EV charging applications. In addition, it offers installation services. UniEnergy Technologies, LLC was founded in 2012 and is based in Mukilteo, Washington.
4333 Harbour Pointe Boulevard SW
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Founded in 2012
Key Executives for UniEnergy Technologies, LLC
President and Chief Operations Officer
Vice President of Business Development & Marketing and General Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
UniEnergy Technologies, LLC Key Developments
UniEnergy Technologies to Deliver Reflex Vanadium Flow Battery for Utility Grid Modernization Project
Jul 12 16
UniEnergy Technologies will supply a 100kW/400kWh ReFlex energy storage system for a collaborative project among the utility EPB of Chattanooga and three U.S. national laboratories. The project will identify and understand the benefits and challenges of energy storage integration with electric utilities. The UET ReFlex system will enable an islandable microgrid at the operations center of EPB, which serves the greater Chattanooga, Tennessee, area. The system will be integrated with EPB's 1 MW photovoltaic (PV) array and its advanced fiber communication network. Researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), and Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) will provide analysis of the value streams, operational modes, and optimal utilization of the solar-plus-energy storage system. The three labs will also provide technical evaluation of ramping services, islanding support, and future sizing for an additional 2MW of planned PV. The EPB project is one of four energy storage projects awarded by the GMI. The $2.5 million effort will commence this summer and continue for at least two years. UET's core technology is an advanced vanadium flow battery, with a breakthrough electrolyte first developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) with OE's support. UET has improved the electrolyte further and patented those improvements in addition to innovations in system integration and other technology. Globally only UET has megawatt-scale fully containerized flow battery systems deployed and operating in the field. UET now has almost 20MW/80MWh of energy storage systems deployed, ordered, or awarded by customers, including utility, military, microgrid, and commercial and industrial applications.
UniEnergy Technologies Appoints Blake Frye as Senior Vice President of Global Sales
Jun 23 16
UniEnergy Technologies (UET) has named Blake Frye as its senior vice president of global sales. With over 20 years of experience delivering high-value energy storage projects to customers, Frye will drive global sales at UET to deliver even greater value from UET's breakthrough vanadium flow energy storage systems. Mr. Frye will bring his successful track record of leading sales and business development efforts at Saft and Energizer to accelerate UET's sales in the fast growing grid-scale sector of the energy storage industry. Frye's broad industry experience and deep technical expertise makes him uniquely qualified to provide value to customers, end-users, and channel partners, as well as to advise on the advantages of flow batteries compared with other technologies. Prior to joining UET, Frye was Vice President of Sales for Saft America where he led the creation and growth of its energy storage business.
UniEnergy Technologies Names Rick Winter as President
Jun 10 16
UniEnergy Technologies has appointed Rick Winter as President with full P&L responsibility and accountability for daily operations of the company. Mr. Winter will also continue in his Chief Operating Officer role. As UET's COO since 2013, Mr. Winter managed the launch of UET's product lines, the Uni.System™ and the ReFlex™, and guided the company from a standing start to 80MWh in deployments, orders, and awards in 4 years. With 28 years of industry experience, Mr. Winter has a long and successful track record overseeing innovation, product strategy, and commercial applications of advanced battery products in utility grid storage, microgrids, and facilities. Prior to his work at UET, Rick managed Pacific Gas & Electric's (PG&E) Energy Storage Program, and held leadership positions at Primus Power, Deeya Energy (now Imergy) and PowerCell (now Vionx).
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