AVL Vanadium Facility Opens Its Doors

Federal Resources Minister Madeleine King officially cut the ribbon on Australian Vanadium Limited’s (AVL) vanadium electrolyte manufacturing facility at Wangara in Perth yesterday.
The facility has the potential to produce up to 33-megawatt hours (MWh) of high-purity electrolyte per year, with the aim of catering to the growing demands of the vanadium flow battery (VFB) market.
In 2021, AVL was awarded a $3.69 million Federal Government grant to build the facility, which was constructed by NRW subsidiary Primero Group.

On display at the opening was the recently-landed VFB manufactured by Invinity Energy Systems, destined for a Horizon Power project in Kununurra.

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