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Renewables storage firm VSUN Energy is bidding to use vanadium redox flow (VRFB) batteries in a trial standalone power systems (SPS) project in Western Australia (WA).
WA’s energy minister Ben Wyatt has given the green light for electricity distributor Western Power to conduct the SPS demonstration within part of the state’s South West Interconnected Network— with 60 locations earmarked to take part.
VSUN Energy Targets Stand-Alone Power Systems Project
- VSUN Energy has submitted a registration of interest to Western Power for its Stand-alone Power Systems project
- 60 locations in regional Western Australia have been identified by Western Power
- Western Australian Energy Minister, Ben Wyatt, has given permission for Western Power to conduct this large demonstration project
- Vanadium redox flow batteries are becoming a key technology in the global energy story
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