June 28, 2015
EDEN BDM has today accepted the resignation of board member Mr Ross Mack. Dr David Moss replaces Mr Mack on the board. The board wishes Mr Mack well in his new endeavours. Dr Moss is an accomplished research scientist with over 400 peer reviewed published papers to his name. He is based at RMIT in Melbourne and leads the new MNRF facility there. Dr Moss adds expertise, credibility and worldwide contacts in the scientific community to the company and is warmly welcomed to the EDEN BDM Limited board.
February 15, 2015
'Delays experienced in Multicell testing of the EDEN BDM micro fluid nanoflow battery' - Delays in sourcing and testing materials plus the holiday closure for a month of the MCN labs have contributed to pushing back the completion of the testing program on multiple cells of the EDEN BDM nanoflow battery design. Revised estimated completion will be late March 2015. Further updates as the testing progresses
November 5, 2014
'Multicell testing of the EDEN BDM micro fluid nanoflow battery design has commenced at MCN' - A six week program dedicated to extended durational testing of multiple cells of the EDEN BDM nanoflow battery design, has commenced at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication. Testing will conclude on December 15, 2014. The tests are being run as a precursor to the intended development of a fully functioning bench top prototype of the complete nanoflow battery in early 2015. Results of the tests will be collated and reviewed and then form the basis of a press release in the New Year.
September 8, 2014
MD/CEO of EDEN BDM,Alexander King has been invited to be part of the judging panel for the 2014 Banksia Sustainability Awards. Award finalists are to announced on October 15 and winners are to receive their awards on November 11 at an awards ceremony to be held in Sydney
May 29, 2014
'EDEN BDM presents its nano flow battery concept and design at the Nanofab-ulous for Industry Seminar held at the Australian Synchrotron'. MD Alexander King discussed the development of the nano flow battery and highlighted the technology that had made this possible, edenglass, to an auditorium of industry representatives. Cut and paste link: http://nanomelbourne.com/news-july-2014-nanofabulous-highlights
March 31, 2014
'EDEN BDM concludes single cell testing at MCN' - Following 12 months of intermittent testing over various durations and test parameters, EDEN BDM has successfully concluded this current round of testing on the single micro-fluid cell. Further multi-cell testing is slated to commence in 6-8 weeks with the goal of linking up to 16 cells together as a precursor to a full bench top prototype demonstration.
November 26, 2013
Media Release - 'EDENBDM.COM UNVEILS NEW BATTERY TECHNOLOGY TO HAVE IMPACT ON RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE AND ELECTRIC POWERED VEHICLES' - Media Release to CNN and 2,200 other news outlets worldwide.
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EDEN BDM receives DBI Victoria technology voucher funding to further development of its microfluid nanoflow battery.
EDEN BDM is the recipient of a $50,000 DBI Victoria voucher to assist in the research and development of its proposed nanoflow battery . The work is scheduled to be carried out at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication through to the end of 2013.
EDEN nanoflow battery presentation at GCEP Forum in Beijing, China.
EDEN BDM Managing Director, Alexander King and Non-Executive Director, Neil Speakman, were warmly welcomed as guests at the IGEA GCEP Forum held at the beautiful Beijing Conference Centre, Beijing, China on 23rd-25th August, 2013. Mr King presented an outline of the EDEN nanoflow battery work to date to the forum, which was very well received by the forum delegates. Many valuable contacts were made for developing future business relationships, with all delegates expressing the view that the nanoflow battery could have a significant impact in China.
EDEN BDM is creating a radically new platform for solar converters or solar cells.
Utilising its proprietary technology, it is developing a solar cell that has up to 8 times the output of current solar cells. The technology does not rely on UVA and/or UVB and will work whether the sun is shining or not.
Research and development work is well underway and a prototype cell will be ready for field testing by mid 2014.