[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DE150101306]
Researchers Dr Tianyi Ma
Brief description The high-performance storage and utilisation of renewable energy, such as solar and wind energy, will provide a direct response to Australia's energy and climate issues. This project aims to develop porous metal phosphonate ion exchange membranes, which can be used in the redox flow battery, one of the most powerful, large-scale energy storage devices, with large capacity, high efficiency, long life and low cost. The project aims to improve the overall performance and fabrication of redox flow batteries, promote capacity and efficiency, and reduce the cost of renewable energy storage thereby benefiting the Australian economy and environment.
Funding Amount 365000
Funding Scheme Discovery Early Career Researcher Award