Jens Noack will speak on March 17th at the International Renewable Energy Storage (IRES) conference about the latest research on Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries at Fraunhofer ICT and UNSW. https://www.eurosolar.de/en/index.php/events/ires-conference-eurosolar
Jens will speak on June 1st at the 239th meeting of the Electrochemical Society about Vanadium/Oxygen systems. One highlight is the 150 Wh/L maximum energy density for this Gen4 energy storage system. https://t.co/flOVgeAevC
Vanadium redox flow batteries are being developed for shipping applications by corporate and research partners in Germany, the Netherlands, Australia and Canada, and cost-competitiveness could be enhanced by leasing the 100% reusable electrolyte to shipowners.
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, December 8th, 2020 – VanadiumCorp Resource Inc. (TSX VENTURE: “VRB”) (OTCBB: “APAFF”) (FRANKFURT: “NWN”) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce the extensive testing of vanadium bromide “V-Br” electrolyte for VanadiumCorp by CENELEST, the German-Australian Alliance for Electrochemical Technologies for Storage of Renewable Energy. The testing is part of the tri-lateral (CENELEST-VanadiumCorp) project focused on achieving a higher energy density vanadium electrolyte and successful operation in an advanced vanadium redox flow battery cell.Continue reading “VanadiumCorp and CENELEST Testing Next Generation Electrolyte For Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries for Maritime Applications”