In a report on Australia’s power problems, ABC Four Corners asks Redflow CEO Simon Hackett how batteries are part of the solution. View the full program by clicking here
Australian energy storage company Redflow will supply $800,000 worth of batteries across the Pacific Islands , reports Renato Castello in The Advertiser. The Brisbane-based company, headed by Adelaide tech entrepreneur Simon Hackett, said the deal with New Zealand telecommunications firm Hitech Solutions was the largest single sale of its zinc-bromine flow batteries. Read the full story here,
Check out Simon Hackett explaining the benefits of home batteries to Robert Llewellyn on a recent episode of Fully Charged. And, yes, it is THAT Robert Llewellyn, renowned and loved as Kryten (without the getup) from the cult sci-fi TV series Red Dwarf. Click below to start the video.
Thank you to Robert Llewellyn and his Fully Charged team for permission to republish this excellent video on the Impress website.
Veteran oil and gas executive David Knox has joined the board of the Australian battery maker Redflow. Listen to David’s interview with RN Breakfast’s Fran Kelly on ABC Radio National, which was broadcast on Friday, March 3, 2017.
Listen now: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/breakfast/former-santos-chief-david-knox-joins-board-of-battery-maker/8320892
SOUTH Australian entrepreneur Simon Hackett has secured the services of former Santos boss David Knox on the board of energy storage company Redflow, reports Luke Griffith of The Advertiser in Adelaide. Read more at http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/business/former-santos-boss-david-knox-joins-board-of-battery-producer/news-story/7964941741ac6a8e7eadfc389bef80d3
Home-grown battery developer Redflow signed up a new high-profile customer on Thursday – its new director, former Santos chief executive David Knox, reports the Australian Financial Review’s Angela Macdonald-Smith. Read more at http://www.afr.com/technology/david-knox-joins-board-of-battery-developer-redflow-20170301-guoott#ixzz4aDCmzb4W
Australian battery storage maker Redflow has a new target market for its large-scale zinc-bromine flow batteries, after the Brisbane-based company revealed it was pursuing “massive potential demand” in Asia’s telecommunications sector, reports RenewEconomy’s Sophie Vorrath. Read more at http://reneweconomy.com.au/redflow-thinks-big-again-on-batteries-targets-asia-telco-market-95434/.
Australian energy storage specialist Redflow has announced that it has extended the warranty for its 10 kilowatt hour (kWh) ZBM2 and ZCell zinc-bromine flow batteries to 10 years, reports Electronics News. Read more at https://electronicsnews.com.au/redflow-shows-faith-in-batteries-by-extending-warranty/.
Now is the time for governments to act to reap the full rewards of the renewable energy revolution, writes Redflow Executive Chairman Simon Hackett in a column for The Advertiser. Read Simon’s column at http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/business/simon-hackett-governments-can-improve-the-power-grid-by-saving-money/news-story/53f6b4870e49814b7c1ea8e6bde542ab
Redflow, the Australian zinc-bromine flow battery maker, announced on December 5 it had approved a further seven installers for its ZCell storage system, meaning the company now has installers in every state and territory in Australia reported Batteries International See the full article at: http://www.batteriesinternational.com/soaring-australian-power-prices-open-doors-for-redflow/