Room Temperature Rechargeable Sulphur Batteries [ 2010 - 2012 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Wang Dr Jia Z; Prof Hua Kun Liu; Dr Konstantin K Konstantinov; Prof Zhaoxiang Wang

Brief description The project will lead to the development of low cost sulphur rechargeable batteries for electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles and will contribute to the national priority goal of reducing and capturing emissions in transport to improve our environment. The project will take the incentive in establishing a leading national position in the development of low cost energy storage technology. The Partner Organisation, Nipress, has a close connection to Australia. The company has imported raw materials (metal lead, 8000 tons) from Australia every year. The success of sulphur batteries technology will increase the opportunity of Nipress using more Australian raw materials.

Funding Amount $228,000

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