CENELEST on talks at the University of Sydney

At the beginning of December 2017, scientists from CENELEST met with Prof. Toni Vassallo and Prof. Thomas Maschmeyer at the University of Sydney for an exchange on the respective activities related to stationary energy storage.

In addition to CENELEST’s activities, results were discussed regarding the development of zinc/bromine redox flow and yellow-based zinc/bromine batteries. All those involved agreed to a closer exchange of ideas in the future and, if necessary, to jointly acquire industrial and publicly funded research.

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