Vanadium flow batteries considered for integration into green hydrogen project

Vanadium redox flow batteries (VRFB) could be integrated into a green hydrogen production technology through a collaboration between Australian resources company TNG and Malaysian renewable energy consultancy AGV Energy.

AGV Energy is developing a technology to create hydrogen from demineralised water electrolysis, powered by renewable energy and is planning to use the solution, which it has branded HySustain, at its Malaysian Green Hydrogen Project.

Ferro-Alloy Resources Limited (LON:FAR) is developing the giant Balasausqandiq vanadium deposit in Kyzylordinskaya oblast of southern Kazakhstan.  The ore at this deposit is unlike that of nearly all other primary vanadium deposits and is capable of being treated by a much lower cost process.

Click to view all articles for the EPIC:
Or click to view the full company profile:
Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

More articles like this

Ferro-vanadium prices jump

Ferro-vanadium and ferro-niobium prices both climbed by more than 4% in the week ended Friday May 21 due to tightening prompt supply in Europe at a time when spot market activity has started to increase. The availability of

New demand drivers and emerging producers in vanadium

RockTalks is a Stockhead video series featuring a roundtable of resources experts discussing a new macro topic each week. The program is sponsored by BridgeStreet Capital Partners, a leading ECM and principal investment firm focused on mining, energy & tech. The

Vanadium in Steels

Vanadium (V) is the 17th most commonly occurring element in the earths’ crust and finds wide use as an alloying element in steels. The atomic number of vanadium is 23 and its atomic weight is 50.94. It has

IDTechEx report finds interest in vanadium is growing

The vanadium redox flow battery (“VRFB”) is the first battery of its kind to be commercialized and is gaining popularity in the global energy storage system market. The most recent report on redox flow batteries by IDTechEx show that

A growing interest in Vanadium

The Vanadium Redox Flow Battery (VRFB) has been the first redox flow battery to be commercialized and to bring light to the flow battery technology. Thanks to the work performed by Monash university’s professor Maria Skyllas-Kazacos on VRFB over the 1980s,