Golden Share Satisfied with Vanadium Redox Flow Battery Phase Two Trial

- October 16th, 2018

Golden Share Resources (TSXV:GSH) saw satisfactory results from the phase two trial of its vanadium redox flow battery.

Golden Share Resources (TSXV:GSH) saw satisfactory results from the phase two trial of its vanadium redox flow battery.

The success of the phase two trial was the “final test” for the licensed vanadium electrolyte before commercial applications, according to the company.

Highlights from the press release are as follows:

Based on the successful phase one trial, the phase two trial was conducted during the summer of 2018, in Changsha, a city in southern China known for its hot, humid summers. The phase two trial successfully supported a wider temperature operating range, particular at higher temperatures, which is regarded as a specific reliability improvement of the licensed vanadium electrolyte (“VE”) developed by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

During the phase two trial, the licensed vanadium electrolyte was continually and stably operating, without any cooling being applied, at 113° Fahrenheit or 45° Celsius (with an air temperature of approximately 95° Fahrenheit or 35° Celsius). The licensed vanadium electrolyte has advantages over previous generations, including a wider temperature operating range (approximately 10° Celsius higher operating temperature) and higher energy density (approximately 25% minimum greater).

As the most important component of vanadium redox flow battery (“VRFB”), in principle a better vanadium electrolyte can be expected to improve overall vanadium redox flow battery performance.

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