Writing in the Sydney Morning Herald, Thomas Maschmeyer highlights the need to diversify battery technology.
AFR Opinion: Break the home-made hurdles that stop technology development
Why do Australian innovations need to go overseas to commercialise, only to then be re-imported?
Here is an opportunity for our government to step in and back pioneering home-grown technology that will improve the lives of all Australians.
Gelion Founding Chairman, Prof Thomas Maschmeyer, writes in the AFR today about the roadblocks that stop technology development in Australia.
The Australian reports on Gelion plans to meet soaring energy sector demand.
Gelion’s zinc-bromide battery will undergo commercial tests at Acciona Energía’s 1.2MW Montes del Cierzo testing field.