The Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre is excited to announce that we have signed a technology sharing MOU with representatives from the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) exploring opportunities for collaboration. The multi-year FBICRC/NREL MoU is the first US/Australian agreement of its kind to drive cooperation on battery technology.
NREL is a national laboratory managed by the Alliance for Sustainable Energy LLC for the United States Department of Energy (DoE) headquartered in Denver, Colorado.
The purpose of the MOU is to encourage coordination in areas of mutual interest and benefit to both parties, providing a framework to coordinate specific, planned program of R&D collaboration including researcher exchange. The multi-year agreement also signals an intent for a closer partnership on critical minerals between our two nations.
Over the past months we have been working with the NREL team to explore opportunities for close collaboration between US and Australian researchers, exchange opportunities and research collaborations.
We look forward to partnering with NREL over the coming years to further strengthen ties between our two nations in this area of global significance.
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