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News: AVL finishes vanadium electrolyte manufacturing facility

In this article from Rachel Williamson for Renew Economy, Clean Energy News and Analysis, we learn of the exciting news from Australian Vanadium Limited (AVL) with completion of its first vanadium electrolyte manufacturing facility.   The factory has a production capacity of up to 33MWh of electrolyte a year, a volume it will be capable […]

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‘Missing link’: Australian company’s bid to solve a green energy problem

In his interview with Nick Toscano for The Sydney Morning Herald, Tony Schultz discusses North Harbour Clean Energy‘s beliefs about storage and how it will play a critical and early role in decarbonising the electricity system and reducing global carbon emissions. He affirms that “we need concerted and collective action by the industry and by governments and

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Flow Batteries: Chemicals Operations that Promise Grid-Scale Storage

Adam Duckett explores the history and the future of Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries (VRFB) by speaking to our trusted partner Maria Skyllas-Kazacos, an Australian chemical engineer and emeritus professor at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) who pioneered the development of the VRFB, which is the most established system in use today.   Duckett accurately

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Australian ESG investor backs storage start-up in national energy transition debate

One of Australia’s largest ESG investors, Aware Super has made an early move to be part of the nation’s accelerating energy transition.   The fund’s latest move is a recent cornerstone investment into North Harbour Clean Energy (NHCE), which the fund’s managers believe is well positioned amongst an emerging new wave of Australian energy technologies.

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