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Minerals processing roadmap: An opportunity for jobs and climate

Media Release The Federal Government’s plan to boost processing of critical minerals needed for batteries, solar panels and wind turbines is a welcome step that...

Super concentrated ionic liquids are key to achieving better batteries for future

Media Release An all-Australian research team including scientists from The University of Western Australia, in collaboration with researchers from Deakin University and Monash University, have...

Breakthrough in energy storage set to drive a cleaner future

Media Release Materials scientists at Deakin continue to lead the world in high performance battery innovation, advancing their knowledge in making safer, more efficient, and...

Breakthrough paves path for a future free of batteries catching fire

Media Release Deakin materials scientists have proven that liquid solvent-free solid state batteries can easily be made, paving the way for a future free from...

ARENA relaunches renewable energy blog ARENAWIRE

Media Release The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) today relaunched its new-look blog, ARENAWIRE, one of Australia’s leading online portals for news, analysis and knowledge...

Redflow names new CEO

Australian battery company Redflow Limited has named Tim Harris as its new CEO. According to the official announcement, Mr Harris brings extensive international business experience...

ARENA CEO to hand over the reigns after 6 years   

ARENA's founding CEO Ivor Frischknecht will be stepping down from his post at the end of his second term. Mr Frischknecht, who will remain in the...

Anteo Diagnostics files two new patents in the Energy sector

Australian biotechnology company Anteo Diagnostics has filed two new patents related to the energy sector on top of the patent filed approximately a year ago. Dr...

Manchester Metropolitan University researchers set out to 3D print super-lasting graphene batteries

Researchers from the Manchester Metropolitan University are working on developing longer-lasting batteries for the smartphones of the future and they want to 3D print...
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