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Energy Innovation – Why We Need It and How to Get It

By Bill Gates (published November 30, 2015)

Ultralong cycle stability of aqueous zinc-ion batteries with zinc vanadium oxide cathodes

By Lulu Wang, Kuo-Wei Huang, Jitao Chen, Junrong Zheng for Science Advances

Renewables in Mining: Rethink, Reconsider, Replay

By David Cormack, Michael Wood, Andrew Swart, Adriaan Davidse for Deloitte - November 2017

The Vanadium Advantage – Flow Batteries put Wind Energy in the Bank

Supercharged: Challenges and opportunities in global battery storage market

Power Up

Energy Storage System Safety: Vanadium Redox Flow vs Lithium-Ion

By VRB vs. Li-ion Safety White Paper Ver. 2.0 Pub Date: Aug 11, 2017 for Energy Response Solutions, Inc.

Supplementary Information: On charge percolation in slurry electrodes used in Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries

By Johannes Lohausa, Deniz Ralla, Maximilian Krusea, Viktoria Steinbergera, Matthias Wessling for ScienceDirect

Chapter 10 – Vanadium redox flow batteries (VRBs) for medium- and large-scale energy storage

By M.Skyllas-Kazacos, J.F.McCann for ScienceDirect

Future Battery Industry Strategy Western Australia

By Government of Western Australia

Future Battery Industry Strategy

By Government of Western Australia

Availability of Suitable Raw Materials Determining the Prospect for Energy Storage Systems Based on Redox Flow Batteries

By Petr Vanýsek and Vítězslav Novák for Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication, Brno University of Technology, Technická - Czech Republic

Vanadium Redox Flow Battery: Sizing of VRB in electrified heavy construction equipment

By Nathan Zimmerman for Malardalen University Sweden

Bibliography on the Geology and Resources of Vanadium to 1968

By R. P. Fischer and Jane P. Ohl for Geological Survey Bulletin 1316

Processes, Microstructure and Properties of Vanadium Microalloyed Steels

By Robert J Glodowski for Vanadium Microalloyed Steels

High-Performance Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries with Graphite Felt Electrodes

By Trevor J. Davies * and Joseph J. Tummino for Journal of Carbon Research

Vanadium redox flow batteries: A technology review

By Jorge Martins and Francisco P. Brito for University of Minho

Redox Flow Batteries for Grid Scale Energy Storage.

By Vincent Sprenkle for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Multistage utilization process for the gradient-recovery of V, Fe, and Ti from vanadium-bearing converter slag

By Juny iXiang, Qingyun Huang, Xuewei Lv, Chenguang Bai for ScienceDirect

Understanding the Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries

By Christian Blanc and Alfred Rufer for École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

Vanadium Flow Batteries: Renewable energy integration in China

By Andreas Luczak for Vanadis Power GmbH

Redox Flow Batteries for the Stable Supply of Renewable Energy

By Toshikazu SHIBATA*, Takahiro KUMAMOTO, Yoshiyuki NAGAOKA, Kazunori KAWASE and Keiji YANO for Power Systems R&D Lab - Sumitomo Electric

The Vanadium Advantage Flow Batteries Put Wind Energy in the Bank

By David Z. Holzman for Environews - Environmental Health Perspectives
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