Earlier this year, ABC News featured VSUN Energy and Australian Vanadium in a piece about the strengths of the vanadium redox flow battery for long duration energy storage.
Taken from a press release by Vanitec:
At the end of June Manchester, UK hosted the eighth International Flow Battery Forum. As most flow batteries use vanadium, it was the perfect opportunity to host the 2nd Vanitec Energy Storage Committee (ESC) meeting.
Vanitec is the only not-for-profit international global member organisation whose objective is to promote the use of vanadium bearing materials. Its members include all the world’s major vanadium producers as well as vanadium users and Continue reading “2nd Vanitec Energy Storage Committee meeting”
Battery buyer beware, only a free flow of data will benefit the sector: Australian Vanadium boss
Algar’s hoping that as the market settles vanadium flow batteries will shine through for their stamina.
As costs drop in the world of energy storage and the technology matures, any purchase made today runs the risk of looking expensive in the years ahead. The key to getting it right is identifying systems that offer modular flexibility, says Australian Vanadium managing director Vincent Algar.
VSUN Energy is sponsoring the Energy and Mines Australia Summit, the 10th global summit connecting the mining sector with innovative energy and storage providers.
Australian Vanadium Ltd’s Managing Director, Vincent Algar, was featured in a recently published article about the deployment of energy storage in mining in Australia; click here to download the insightful report. Business Development Manager, Samantha McGahan is speaking at the Summit with a presentation entitled “Concentrated solar and storage options for Gabanintha: key drivers and potential challenges”
As a sponsor of the event VSUN Energy is able to pass on a 20% discount to attend the summit. Just use code VSUN20 when registering online here. We look forward to seeing you at the Summit in Perth.
Vincent Algar presented and sat on a panel to discuss battery life. Please click the link below to view the presentation:
Having spent a year in the energy industry I started to reflect on what I’ve learnt – in no particular order here are some of my musings. Continue reading “A Year in Energy”
VSUN Energy, the wholly-owned subsidiary of mining company Australian Vanadium, announced on April 12 it was in negotiations with the designer of a residential vanadium redox flow battery that will provide an alternative to the lithium-based Tesla Powerwall. Continue reading “Australian Vanadium Announces Residential Battery Storage Design”
VSUN eyes household market for vanadium batteries, and local manufacturing
By Giles Parkinson on 13 April 2017
VSUN Energy, the storage offshoot of mining group Australian Vanadium, says it is now looking to the household market for its vanadium redox flow batteries and is also looking at a local manufacturing facility. Continue reading “Renew Economy”