News

30 August 2021

The power flow tech revolutionising solar

The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) TechNow podcast (20 mins) featuring Prof Lachlan Blackhall and Dr Elizabeth Ratnam.

10 August 2021

The grid: powering the future

ABC TV Catalyst program featuring Dr Bjorn Sturmberg.

10 August 2021

Energy stored in electric car batteries could power your home or stabilise the grid – and save you money

ABC online news story featuring Bjorn Sturmberg and Kat Lucas-Healey.

3 August 2021

FIRE! … the tiny triggers that can send lithium-ion batteries up in flames

Ecogeneration article with expert commentary by Associate Professor Alexey Glushenkov.

29 July 2021

You want to do what with my EV? Turning cars into batteries on wheels

The Fifth Estate article by Dr Kat Lucas-Healey

10 June 2021

Check your mirrors: 3 things rooftop solar can teach us about Australia’s electric car rollout

The Conversation article by Bjorn Sturmberg, Kat Lucas-Healey, Laura Jones and Mejbaul Haque. 

1 June 2021

Powering ahead with community batteries

ANU press release into BSGIP community battery research led by Dr Marnie Shaw & Dr Hedda Ransan-Cooper.

28 May 2021

BSGIP announces partnership in Melbourne ‘Solar Sponge’ community battery trial

BSGIP research into community-scale batteries is set to be applied in the Melbourne CBD.

26 May 2021

Explainer: When can I charge my house from my EV? | One Step Off The Grid

Dr Kat Lucas Healey explains the Realising Electric Vehicle-to-grid Services (REVS) project.

29 April 2021

Nissan vehicle-to-grid technology

Video featuring the Realising Electric Vehicle-to-grid Services (REVS) project.

8 April 2021

What’s the role of community batteries in the climate emergency?

Yarra City Council webinar recording featuring Dr Marnie Shaw

5 April 2021

30 March 2021

Should solar owners pay to supply the grid, or are there other options?

Dr Marnie Shaw provides expert commentary to the ABC.

19 March 2021

Solar eclipse, and can EVs really provide storage on wheels

Energy Insiders podcast featuring Laura Jones, (starts at approx 11.30 mins into the podcast).

13 March 2021

Making EVs a grid asset – an Australian case study

Webinar featuring REVS researchers Laura Jones and Kathryn Lucas-Healey.

February 2021

International review of vehicle-to-grid technology

Interview with Dr Bjorn Sturmberg on new report: ‘The A to Z of V2G’.

24 February 2021

Empowering DER through dynamic operating envelopes

Professor Lachlan Blackhall writes for Utility Magazine

18 February 2021

Take a virtual tour of the Battery Lab

Video of the Battery Materials and Energy Storage Laboratory 

25 January 2021

How big batteries are a boon for regional Australia

Canberra Times article written by Dr Bjorn Sturmberg

18 January 2021

The trouble with big targets…it’s exports versus the NEM

Ecogeneration article featuring Dr Bjorn Sturmberg

13 January 2021

Largest battery in Australia to be built at ageing NSW coal-fired powerplant

ABC online news article featuring expert commentary by Dr Marnie Shaw

14 December 2020

“Everyone’s a winner”: PICA Group secures Australian-first strata solar electricity deal

The Fifth Estate article featuring expert commentary by Dr Bjorn Sturmberg

26 November 2020

Funding boost for Battery Lab

ARC grant announcement

24 November 2020

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2 October 2020

28 September 2020

15 September 2020

3 August 2020

Making solar + batteries work for all

PV Magazine interview with Dr Lachlan Blackhall

5 June 2020

19 May 2020

15 May 2020

Citizens required to power community batteries

By Marion Rae, Australian Energy Daily

11 May 2020

Storage comes to calm the market

Ecogeneration article featuring expert commentary by Dr Björn Sturmberg

11 February 2020

Microgrids: how to keep the power on when disaster hits

By Dr Björn Sturmberg, The Conversation

3 February 2020

Our future: a new electricity grid for a new climate era

By Dr Björn Sturmberg, The Canberra Times

15 January 2020

Australia must declare World War Zero on carbon emissions

By Dr Björn Sturmberg, The Canberra Times