Co-located hubs key to battery industry competitiveness

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    A report from Australia’s Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre which analysed the development of battery hubs in the U.S., Germany and Japan, has found that co-location and cooperation between industry and government were key to their success. For Australia to play the same game, it will have to leverage its wealth of resources, and clean up its act along the way. The author of the report, University of Western Australia (UWA) academic Kirsten Martinus, said that while energy hub development in the U.S., Germany and Japan were all various in their own ways, a common denominator amongst successful hubs was realizing the benefits of co-location and collaboration.

    Period19 Oct 2021

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    • TitleCo-located hubs key to battery industry competitiveness
      Degree of recognitionNational
      Media name/outletpv magazine
      Media typePrint
      Country/TerritoryAustralia
      Date19/10/21
      DescriptionA report from Australia’s Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre which analysed the development of battery hubs in the U.S., Germany and Japan, has found that co-location and cooperation between industry and government were key to their success. For Australia to play the same game, it will have to leverage its wealth of resources, and clean up its act along the way. The author of the report, University of Western Australia (UWA) academic Kirsten Martinus, said that while energy hub development in the U.S., Germany and Japan were all various in their own ways, a common denominator amongst successful hubs was realizing the benefits of co-location and collaboration.
      Producer/AuthorBlake Matich
      URLhttps://www.pv-magazine.com/2021/10/19/co-located-hubs-key-to-battery-industry-competitiveness/
      PersonsKirsten Martinus