[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/FT160100303]
Researchers Dr Mark Paskevicius
Brief description This project aims to develop cheaper and better performing energy storage solutions using metal boranes. New materials are needed to advance energy storage technologies. This project will design metal boranes and their derivatives to tackle energy storage as solid-state electrolytes for battery applications, and as thermochemical energy storage materials It will investigate the thermochemical energy storage properties of metal boranes for high temperature solar thermal energy storage applications.
Funding Amount $652,000
Funding Scheme Future Fellowships