QEM’s Julia Creek Vanadium Project, an answer to the Energy Storage Puzzle

By Team Kalkine for Kalkine

As per the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), renewable power could supply as much as 75% of the electricity in the National Energy Market (NEM) and laid out an action plan for the same.

Further, AEMO predicts that wind and solar power could rise to 27 gigawatts in 2025 from 17 Gigawatts currently. The rising adoption of renewable energy provides a mega opportunity for Vanadium Redox Batteries on the domestic turf of Australia and abroad.

QEM Limited (ASX:QEM), the Queensland based Vanadium explorer is advancing on the World’s only Vanadium and Oil shale combination project at the flagship Julia Creek Project. QEM is committed to pursuing innovative and environment-friendly power storage opportunities within Australia and globally.

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