Project summary

Zinc-Bromine flow batteries are one of the most promising electrochemical redox system for stationary energy storage due to their relatively low cost of primary electrolyte and high theoretical specific energy. However, there are still some issues to be addressed in the electrodes and/or electrolytes. This project aims to overcome these limitations by exploring new functional materials to improve battery performance and providing an understanding of the fundamental electrochemical processes at the electrode-electrolyte interface.

School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences collaboration:

Professor Ian Gentle

Project members

Lead investigator




Associate Professor Bin Luo

ARC Future Fellow & Group Leader
Luo Group