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The ARC Training Centre in Future Energy Storage Technologies (StorEnergy) was created with a $4.4 million grant from the Australian Research Council (ARC). to train and skill the next generation of workers within the energy industry.Learn More
The Centre will provide skills and training in advanced manufacturing across the energy storage supply chain – from materials through to devices and into integrated commercial products – to facilitate the next-generation of energy storage technologies.
Working with the industry partners, researchers will design and manufacture new energy storage devices and components, including advanced Li ion, supercapacitors and solid state Li and Na batteries, with improved rate capability, capacity and safety.
In close collaboration with industry, the centre will build value across the sector, from developing supply chains, new devices and technologies to integrating and embedding these technologies with end-users.
Led by Professor Maria Forsyth, the StorEnergy training centre aims to challenge existing thinking and expand Australia’s capacity in energy storage and production. The centre will create new knowledge and intellectual property in advanced energy materials, batteries and battery-control systems for integration into end user industries.
Working with 14 organisations across government and industry, and four other Australian universities, researchers at the centre will facilitate small to medium-sized enterprises to take a global leadership role in advancing and producing new age storage technologies. By harnessing the expertise of researchers and industry partners, the StorEnergy centre aims to deliver benefit to our economy, the community and the environment.Meet the team Contact us
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