Gelion’s Founding Chairman, Professor Thomas Maschmeyer, has been recognised for his outstanding contribution to science in the annual prestigious honorific awards of the Australian Academy of Science, the country’s premier scientific association.
Sally-Ann Williams, CEO of Cicada Innovations talks to Gelion about our Zinc Bromide battery technology, the Gelion Lighting Benches at The University of Sydney and what our plans are for 2021.
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Last month Gelion’s Founding Chairman, Professor Thomas Maschmeyer, was awarded the prestigious Prime Minister’s Prize for Innovation in Science, recognising his work in helping to translate fundamental research into two pioneering technologies, including Gelion’s revolutionary zinc-bromide gel batteries.
Gelion’s Founding Chairman, Professor Thomas Maschmeyer, was tonight recognised for his work on translating fundamental research into two pioneering technologies.
Professor Thomas Maschmeyer has taken his reimagining of zinc-bromine battery chemistry to the point of commercial launch; a new installation at the University of Sydney demonstrates the Gelion battery’s utility and appeal.
Gelion is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Andrew Grimes to the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Gelion Technologies, an Australian battery innovator, has delivered on its promise to roll-out solar-powered benches at the University of Sydney, taking its revolutionary battery technology to pre-market stage.
Gelion have been featured with an exclusive overnight on 10 News First, to mark the launch of its first commercial product for the University of Sydney – the Endure battery powered Smart Benches.
Professor Thomas Maschmeyer, Executive Chairman of Gelion, speaks with the ABC about Gelion’s breakthrough Zinc-Bromide battery technology for the TV show “The Great Acceleration”
This week, at the European Industry & Energy Summit (EIES) in Amsterdam, Gelion’s reinvented Zinc Bromide battery won the prestigious Industrial Energy Enlightenmentz Award 2019.
Gelion Technologies, an Australian battery company, will consider bringing in potential investors to its Series C raise around mid-2020, which could be a pre-IPO round ahead of a listing in two to three years, said CEO Rob Fitzpatrick.
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