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Best membrane for non-aqueous redox flow batteries

A Chinese-Finnish research team has identified composite membranes as the best future option for non-aqueous redox flow batteries.

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Redox launches high-voltage redox flow storage solution

Australia’s Redflow has unveiled its new Energy Pod Z module.

Large-scale vanadium redox flow battery takes shape in Australia

A new South Australian big battery will show the value of diverse storage deployments in the National Electricity Market.

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Australian vanadium companies unveil new flow-battery strategies

Australian Vanadium filed a patent application this week for its vanadium processing route, while rival TNG signed a deal to commercialize vanadium redox flow batteries.

Canadian start-up wants to build gigafactory for vanadium flow batteries in China

The factory will be built by VRB Energy in the Hubei province, where it also wants to deploy a 100 MW solar park linked to a 100 MW/500 MWh vanadium flow battery.

New deals in Australia’s growing redox flow battery sector

Redflow has agreed to supply biowaste specialist Anaergia with a 2 MWh energy storage system, while Perth-based Technology Metals has signed a deal with Japan’s LE System to potentially make vanadium electrolyte in Australia.

Australian government praises vanadium project

The Australian government has recognized TNG’s flagship Mount Peake Project – a mine that includes production plans for vanadium redox flow batteries and green hydrogen – as nationally significant.

Redox flow batteries with fluorescence detection

Argonne National Laboratory researchers have found a way to use fluorescence to monitor the performance of redox flow batteries in real time. They used 2,1,3-benzothiadiazole as a redox-active molecule to store energy in the electrolytes. The molecule works as an energy carrier and signals a problem known as “crossover.”

Hybrid electrodes for cheaper redox flow batteries

UK researchers have used standard carbon paper electrodes modified with electrophoretically deposited nitrogen-doped graphene (N-G) to improve the electrochemical performance of hybrid redox flow cells utilized in redox flow batteries. According to their findings, these electrodes are capable of meeting the harsh electrochemical requirements for these HRFCs and offer enhanced performance and operability.

Australian Vanadium pushes ahead with plans for residential flow battery

Australian Vanadium is pushing ahead with plans to develop a vanadium redox flow battery for the Australian residential market, via its VSUN Energy subsidiary.

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