RFC Power is a global provider of long duration energy storage solutions

RFC Power is dedicated to helping the world store renewable energy, simply and safely so it can be used whenever it’s needed.

RFC Power specializes in developing novel flow battery chemistries for energy storage systems.

The core activities of RFC Power are the chemistry, cell architecture and the optimisation of flow battery stack components.

RFC Power is working with partners to build and market our storage systems making use of existing production facilities, supplier networks and economies of scale.

The company was spun out from Imperial College’s Departments of Engineering and Chemistry by the institution’s innovation arm in 2017 and is underpinned by a number of scientific breakthroughs published in top tier scientific journals conducted in the labs of Nigel Brandon, Anthony Kucernak, Javier Rubio Garcia and Vladimir Yufit over the last 8 years.


The company has secured support from Imperial College, InnovateUK, BEIS, DFID, EIT Climate KIC, Fundación Repsol and in January 2020 secured seed investment from IP Group.

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RFC Power shortlisted for the New Energy Challenge 2020 prize

AUG 2020
New Energy Challenge

RFC Power - Keeping ahead of the competition with IP

APR 2020

RFC Power secures seed investment to develop the world’s lowest cost flow battery

JAN 2020

Imperial pioneers innovation in clean energy sector

JAN 2020
Imperial College

Five EIT Climate-KIC startups announced as Cleantech Innovate finalists

APR 2019

Investing in CleanTech for game-changing outcomes

APR 2019

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