Slide 1 - Windmills
Quino Energy achieves MRL 7 for battery active material pilot production line
Slide 2 - Swirls
Quino Energy stores electricity in molecules called quinones – commonly used as dyes
Slide 3 - Banana
Bringing degraded quinones back to life
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Our Mission

Practical, Affordable Grid Storage

We create water-based flow batteries that store electrical energy in organic quinone molecules for commercial and grid applications

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Quino Energy was formed to commercialize the aqueous organic flow battery technology pioneered at Harvard University.


4th Annual U.S. Department of Energy’s
Energy Storage Grand Challenge Summit

Bellevue, Washington

August 7-9, 2024

Speaking: Eugene Beh, Co-Founder and CEO

Our Approach

A low-cost, high-performance quinone for energy storage

Quino Energy’s process converts dyestuff raw materials directly into high-performance designer quinones using the flow battery system itself as the production reactor, enabling a new chemistry without a new factory while creating zero chemical waste.