Ensuring electricity availability on demand, often referred to as baseload, is a universal priority. Historically, Australia has relied heavily on coal-fired power generation to meet its baseload electricity requirements. However, with many coal-fired power stations nearing the end of their operational life, there’s a pressing need to compensate for these losses with alternative sources.

Environmental, social, and economic considerations have all underscored the importance of transitioning to renewable energy generation. Supporting these variable generation sources necessitates energy storage solutions capable of capturing and releasing energy to the electricity grid as per the needs of the Australian population, rather than solely relying on when it can be generated.