In order to mitigate the risks associated with climate change, renewable energy technology has recently made significant strides. However, renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind, are plagued by intermittency and the loss of usable energy. In order to be able to utilize as much of this energy as possible and stabilize the energy output from these resources, large-scale energy storage systems need to be developed. Batteries have done wonders for small-scale, portable energy storage, but the technology is difficult to scale up. Redox Flow Batteries (RFBs) on the other hand, have been shown to provide a high energy storage capacity that depends on the concentration, type of redox species, and the volume of material. Currently, RFBs suffer from low energy density, so the goal of this research is to improve on the RFB model to create devices with superior energy storage capabilities.