Historic moment in Gelion’s journey is a big deal for Australian industry.
The Awards Continue for Gelion’s Breakthrough Battery Technology
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.
Today it was announced that Professor Maschmeyer’s work has again been recognised, this time through the University of Sydney (USYD) receiving the inaugural Australian Financial Review (AFR) Higher Education Award-Sustainability for supporting his game-changing innovations, including Gelion’s smart solar light bench prototypes rolled out recently on campus.
The AFR Award recognizes USYD’s support of Licella Holdings and Gelion Technologies, both companies Professor Maschmeyer co-founded.
Despite the effects of COVID-19, battery storage is being rolled out globally at an unprecedented rate. As we look to 2021, our technology, our strategy and our prospects have never looked better
YouTube channel ‘Just Have A Think’ reviews Gelion’s Endure battery technology.
Writing in the Sydney Morning Herald, Thomas Maschmeyer highlights the need to diversify battery technology.