SOUTH Australian entrepreneur Simon Hackett has secured the services of former Santos boss David Knox on the board of energy storage company Redflow.
The announcement coincides with Mr Hackett reassuring investors of Redflow’s ability to raise the required funding to deliver the company’s future product range.
Mr Knox, who was recently appointed as deputy chair of the SA Economic Development Board, said he was attracted by Redflow’s battery technology.
“It has the potential to affect change in the way we use energy, both for individuals and families at home and also for small businesses and telcos,” he said.
“The beauty of this battery is it has a real role to play in stabilising our energy supply system as batteries become more widely used.