About the ABS
The Australian Battery Society (ABS) was founded in 2018. The ABS aims to bring together battery scientists, engineers, industry, government and the community so that we can push forward our adoption of battery technologies. Secondly, we want to increase our understanding of batteries and battery systems, across all battery chemistries. This will enable us to engage in the current and next generation of devices and applications.
The ABS’s vision is to build a strong, vibrant battery community, interconnected across the full battery value chain, and encompassing industry, academia, policy makers and members of the public, to support a globally competitive battery industry sector.
ABS October meeting
Thanks to all who attended and presented to make this meeting a success. A big thank you to our sponsors Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick for wonderful IT support!
The world’s largest lithium battery research meeting that meets every two years was held in Australia for the first time in 2022. The meeting brought together researchers from all around the world to discuss the latest in battery material developments, cell...
Innovation Platform Article
Neeraj Sharma, Director of the Australian Battery Society, alongside society member Clelia Nelson, discusses the issues surrounding supply chains, manufacturing, and recycling approaches in Australia for various different battery chemistries. View the article here....
National Battery Strategy – ABS submission
Innovator award puts funds in the hands of tomorrow’s battery storage experts
Adam Best's interview with EcoGeneration on the recently announced Energy Renaissance Innovator Award to empower the next generation of battery technologists in Australia. Download the interview here ...