Electricity storage stocks are publicly traded companies whose business involves the storage of electricity. They include battery stocks and hydrogen stocks (see links), while companies involved in other storage technologies such as pumped hydro energy storage, Compressed Air Energy Storage, capacitors, flywheels, and thermal storage are listed here.
This list was last updated on 3/22/2022.
Dais Analytic Corp. (DLYT)
Dresser-Rand Group (DRC)
Fluence Energy, Inc. (FLNC)
Graftech International (GTI)
Highpower International (HPJ)
Kemet Corp. (KEM)
Maxwell Technologies Inc (MXWL)
If you know of any energy storage stock that is not listed here and should be, please let us know by leaving a comment. Also for stocks in the list that you think should be removed.
Suggest to include: VanadiumCorp Resource (VRB on the TSX Venture)
I generally don’t include mining companies in the stock lists here, even when the things they mine seem critical to other companies here (with the exception of some resource based ETFs.) I understand why people many want to include them, but it’s partially a moral stand and partially just the fact that we have to draw the line somewhere.
I don’t know if Electrovaya meets your criteria. They manufacture and sell Lithium batteries for forklifts and other industrial applications. (EFL on the TSX venture exchange)
Electrovaya is in the list of battery stocks, referenced in the text and here: http://www.altenergystocks.com/archives/2018/04/list-of-battery-stocks/
MGX Minerals has a subsidiary, Zinxnyx (zincnyx.com).
Basically a flow battery, with seperate fuelcell and regenerator subsystems, based on zinc-oxygen chemistry. Development-Stage.
I’d probably put that under the list of Battery stocks or fuel cell stocks, here: http://www.altenergystocks.com/archives/2018/04/list-of-battery-stocks/ and http://www.altenergystocks.com/archives/2018/04/list-of-fuel-cell-stocks/, but the fact that it’s both a small part of a mining company and still development stage makes me reluctant to list it at all.