Australian Vanadium and VSun Energy partner with Future Batteries Industry to advance Australia’s battery sector

Date: Nov 21, 2018

Australian Vanadium VSun Energy partner Future Batteries Industry

Australian Vanadium, VSun Energy and Future Batteries Industry Cooperative Centre will work together to grow Australia’s vanadium redox flow battery industry.

Integrated vanadium company Australian Vanadium (ASX: AVL) and its subsidiary VSun Energy have partnered with the Future Batteries Industry Cooperative Centre (FBI CRC) to advance Australia’s battery metals sector.

Australian Vanadium and VSun Energy have signed an agreement to offer “in-kind services” to the FBI CRC.

The WA state government, along with Curtin University, the University of WA, Murdoch University, Tianqi Lithium, BHP Billiton and Pilbara Minerals are assisting the FBI CRC in creating and building Australia’s battery industry.

Via the collaboration, the trio plan to leverage each other’s expertise to extract and process vanadium and produce vanadium electrolyte for the country’s growing vanadium battery sector.

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