Australian Scientia Professor Martin Green has been made a laureate of the Japan Prize in the field of Resources, Energy, the Environment, and Social Infrastructure for his “revolutionary” work in the field of photovoltaics.
Australian startup SunDrive has boosted its coffers with $3 million in new funding to advance the commercial development of its low cost, high efficiency solar cells manufacturing process.
Scientists at the Australian National University have found that when hydrogen atoms are injected into the skin of a solar cell, rather than the body, the performance of the whole structure gets a significant boost.
Australian battery storage company Redflow has announced that its partner in Thailand, TSUS Group, has successfully deployed 10 Redflow ZBM2 zinc-bromine flow batteries to store and supply energy for a remote village in northern Thailand.
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