The University of New South Wales in Sydney Australia has been at the forefront of vanadium redox flow battery technology since the invention of the first all-vanadium redox flow cell by Prof Skyllas-Kazacos and co-workers back in 1985. As the adoption of cyclic renewable energy generation sources such as wind and solar continues to increase, the demand for large scale energy storage technologies is rising. The UNSW Vanadium Redox Flow Battery technology is a proven, economically attractive and low-maintenance solution, with significant benefits over the obsolete lead-acid battery technology. Please feel free to contact us at cleantech@nsinnovations.com.au if you require any further information, or would like to discuss collaboration opportunities.