Local energy storage company RedEarth has partnered with QUT and the FBI CRC to contribute to the building of future Australian industries and support the growing demand for batteries, battery deployment and battery technologies, within the context of a circular economy.
As part of the FBI CRC, RedEarth are pleased to support the critical work of QUT in the establishment of the National Battery Testing Centre (NBTC) in Brisbane by providing industry expertise and practical support.
Jeremy Whaley, Head of Engineering at RedEarth said, “RedEarth is committed to ensuring that all its products are of the highest quality. We are delighted that we can now get our battery cells and modules independently tested at the National Battery Testing Centre by QUT experts.
This will enable us to guarantee the long performance of our batteries and help us evaluate new designs and battery technologies. We are also pleased to support the work of the FBI CRC and National Battery Testing Centre by providing technical expertise, industry experience and specialist batteries for their battery testing micro-grid.”
The NBTC is one of the FBI CRC’s flagship projects awarded to and operating at QUT. The Centre is building on existing expertise in battery technology at QUT to develop a world-class battery testing centre to service, support and enable current and emerging Australian battery energy storage industries.
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