Australian Energy Storage Alliance
AVL’s wholly owned subsidiary, VSUN Energy Pty Ltd, has secured an order for a 20kW/80kWh vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) which will go to an apple orchard in Pakenham, Victoria. The sale confirms AVL’s and VSUN Energy’s promotion of VRFB technology for agriculture, based on the battery’s long duration and inherent safety – it is not flammable and cannot explode.
AVL Managing Director Vincent Algar said: “Having this Australian invention working consistently on a daily basis for the next 20-plus years at the orchard shows that there is a growing recognition of the role that VRFBs can play in the energy storage sector.”
Australia’s Mining Monthly
Australian Vanadium-subsidiary VSUN Energy is teaming with the Nomads Charitable and Educational Foundation to bring renewable energy to a remote Aboriginal community school in Western Australia’s Pilbara.
Australian Vanadium Limited subsidiary VSUN Energy Pty Ltd has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the potential installation of a vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) and solar PV system in a school in Western Australia’s remote outback.
The MOU has been signed with the Nomads Charitable & Education Foundation and is for a period of 12 months with VSUN Energy applying for a grant from the WA State Government to fund the installation of a solar photovoltaic (PV) and VRFB solution at the Strelley Community School in the Pilbara region on behalf of Nomads.
A Victorian apple orchard will expand its PV fleet to 160 kW and add a 20kW/80kWh vanadium redox flow battery as it seeks to increase its renewable energy consumption. The battery system was sold to family owned and operated business Priest Bros by ASX-listed company Australian Vanadium Limited , through its battery subsidiary VSUN Energy.
The battery system will provide a minimum of four hours of stored solar energy. It will be installed together with a 100 kW PV array by VSUN, in collaboration with renewable systems provider Profit Share Power.
One Step Off The Grid
ASX-listed company Australian Vanadium Limited said on Wednesday that its battery subsidiary, VSUN Energy, had sold a VRFB storage system to family-owned apple growing business, Priest Bros. VSUN, in collaboration with renewable systems provider Profit Share Power, said it would install the battery alongside an existing 60kW solar array at the orchards in Pakenham, and add a further 100kW of new PV generation.
Australian Vanadium Ltd has sold a Vanadium Redox Flow Battery (VRFB) which will form part of a solar and energy storage system at an orchard in Victoria. The vanadium energy storage system, which has been sold by AVL’s subsidiary VSUN Energy Pty Ltd, will be installed at Priest Bros orchard in Pakenham, on the edge of the Gippsland region.
Industry Global News24
There has been a signing of a non-binding memorandum of understanding by the Australian Vanadium Ltd with Metrowest Power Systems; the EPC service provider, for pursuing opportunities to set out the technology of vanadium redox flow battery in Australia. The firms are hopeful about pushing forward with greater projects and making a way for the VRFB technology to give a demonstration of its capabilities.
Energy Storage News
Australian Vanadium Limited (AVL), parent to vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) storage system company VSUN Energy, will jointly look at opportunities with Metrowest Power Systems, a maker of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems.
Australian Vanadium Ltd has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Metrowest Power Systems to facilitate energy storage opportunities using vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) technology.
Metrowest’s proven track record and networks in industrial and utility sectors, combined with the financial, marketing and technical capabilities of AVL and its subsidiary VSUN Energy, will provide the MoU participants the ability to tackle larger projects and rival prominent market players.
Australian Vanadium and Metrowest Power Systems have signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding to look at energy storage opportunities in Australia using vanadium redox flow battery technology.