Perth News Co.
Perth startup VSUN Energy is developing a home battery storage system that could help Australian households become independent of the electricity grid.
The residential Vanadium Flow Battery promises to revolutionise how households capture and store energy. The technology could mean suburban Australian homes become independent of the electricity grid.
The batteries are designed to be linked to household solar panels, now commonly seen on the roofs of millions of Australian homes.
The storage systems will help homes stay off the grid completely overnight or when the sun isn’t shining. The batteries are designed to capture and feedback electricity in down times for many hours.
The vanadium batteries are designed to last at least 20-years and are non-flammable.