AVESS rebrands, reveals five-hour vanadium flow battery

Artist's impression of one of AVESS Energy's vanadium redox flow batteries with the company's logo on the side
Image: AVESS Energy

Perth-based AVESS has rebranded as AVESS Energy to support the company’s positioning as an energy storage solutions company powered by vanadium redox flow batteries (VRFB).

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The rebranding to AVESS Energy closely follows the company’s successful commissioning of a 50kW VRFB in Perth on January 19, 2024, signifying the Australia-first manufacture of a commercial-scale single-module VRFB.

AVESS Energy is preparing its 50kW VRFB for commercial demonstrations in the mining sector.

AVESS Energy managing director Young Yu said, “Our rebrand to AVESS Energy supports a deeper decarbonisation purpose to provide sustainable, safe, and efficient VRFBs to the energy, mining, and utility sectors.

“The name AVESS Energy represents the capabilities, expertise, and insights that our team brings to Australia’s energy storage mix.

“We understand the complexities and language of energy, mining, and utilities, and our new branding brings us in closer alignment with these sectors.

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“The rebranding also speaks to our mission to provide a local downstream VRFB solution to some of Australia’s most complex energy storage problems,” Yu said.

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