Gelion continues moving at pace towards commercialisation, fuelled by the global attention on energy storage systems and the positive feedback to the launch of Gelion ENDURE and our current market activity.

According to a recent Bloomberg study, the energy storage market is set to grow almost 70-fold from 2.3GWh deployed storage in 2016 to 158GWh in 2024. By 2040, the market size is forecast to grow to an incredible 857GWh – a sign of the changing world around us.

Gelion’s initial targeted energy storage applications will be solar farms, microgrid and peak load cost shaving or asset cost deferment for commercial and industrial and power company customers.

Our vision is to revolutionise the energy storage battery market through innovation that provides low-cost, safe and affordable batteries at scale.

Here’s how we’re getting there…

  • February - First Gelion patent lodged
  • Demonstration of an ionogel zinc bromine battery
  • Gelion Technologies founded
  • Demonstration of a non-flow all liquid zinc bromine cell
  • Development of a working full cell, including a substantial body of chemical and physical data to describe the behaviour of the full cell. Achieved 14 months ahead of target
  • Development team moves to new facilities within CSIRO's Collaboration Hub
  • May - First Gelion patent granted in Australia, closely followed by patents being granted in Singapore, USA, Russia and Japan
  • August - Founding Chairman, Professor Thomas Maschmeyer, wins CSIRO Eureka Prize for Leadership in Innovation and Science
  • September - Professor Maschmeyer awarded R. K. Murphy Medal from The Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI)
  • November - Gelion appoints Mr Rob Fitzpatrick to the position of Chief Executive Officer
  • February - Gelion launches first commercial battery product, Gelion Endure, at the University of Sydney
  • February - Gelion Endure launch receives national media attention being featured in the Sydney Morning Herald, ABC Radio and Renew Economy
  • May - Gelion relocates its corporate head office to globally recognised Cicada Innovations at Australian Technology Park in Sydney, with a satellite at The University of Sydney
  • June - Gelion patents granted in Europe and New Zealand

Having achieved key development milestones, we’re targeting mass manufacturable designs and pilot deployments from 2021.

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