Today is finally the day. After two years of work, WILEY-VCH Flow Batteries has been published in three volumes and with over 1200 pages in hardcover and digital version. The book can be ordered directly from WILEY https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/book/10.1002/9783527832767 or from booksellers.
In August, we will offer the course “Fundamentals and Design of Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems” in term 2C for the first time. The course lasts four weeks and includes a practical training to learn more about the functioning of different storage systems, especially for the future market of stationary storage systems for renewable energy. Enrolment is now open for all UNSW students:
Jens will give a talk about flow batteries at the 35th topical meeting at the Gold Coast in Australia between 7 – 10 th May 2023.
CENELEST will attend the Smart Energy Expo 2023 in Sydney / Australia with a booth between 3 -4 th May 2023 at the ICC.
Smart Energy 2023 will be the 61st annual conference & exhibition for the Smart Energy Council.
Smart Energy 2023 provides the entire renewables industry the opportunity to come together; manufacturers, distributors, project developers, financiers and many more.
CENELEST had a visit of a delegation from the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in the beginning of March 2023 in Sydney. Ms. Morgenstern (DLR science officer), Ms. Kaute (German Embassy in Australia) and Ms. Wolters (Officer Bilateral Cooperation Australia/Oceania) received an overview of the work of CENELEST.
The issue “Australia” of the country profile of GATE Germany contains an article about CENELEST and a short interview with Jens about CENELEST at the Sydney site. The brochure gives information and a general overview about the country Australia for students.
The country profile Australia can be viewed here (in German!):