Redflow Executive Chairman and Simon Hackett was interviewed ABC TV’s 7.30 reporter Alex Mann after the SA-wide blackout in September 2016. Watch the full story:
When Victorian business owner James Bishop visited Redflow’s Melbourne ZCell installer, Standard Solar, and met its CTO James Graham (pictured above), he was so impressed that he wrote about the experience on the Whirlpool.net.au website. The following extract is republished with permission from James Bishop.
South Australia’s peak environmental organisation, Conservation SA, has installed two ZCell batteries to charge an electric car and to provide energy for emergency lighting and data centre back-up for its office reports Peter Dinham in ITWire. Read his full report at http://www.itwire.com/energy/75380-conservation-sa-conserving-energy-with-zcell-battery-installation.html.
South Australia’s peak environmental organisation Conservation SA has installed its first two ZCell batteries to provide energy for a data centre backup and emergency lighting system for its office reports Dylan Bushell-Embling in Technology Decisions. Read his full story at http://www.technologydecisions.com.au/content/it-management/news/conservation-sa-installs-first-zcell-batteries-789685874#axzz4OA1o36Zb.
With timeshifting – storing solar energy – the next big thing giving households and business control over the free energy from the sun., Redflow, makers of the ZCell battery, has completed compatibility testing with Melbourne-based inverter manufacturer Selectronic Australia, reports ITWire’s Ray Shaw. Read full story at http://www.itwire.com/energy/75059-zcell-approved-for-selectronic-inverters.html.
Australian battery company Redflow Ltd today announces that its new ZCell battery is compatible with the SP PRO battery inverter from Melbourne-based electronics manufacturer Selectronic Australia. Read the full story at http://www.impress.com.au/newsroom/redflow/2036-zcell-shines-with-selectronic.html.
Australian energy storage solutions provider Redflow has announced two new senior management changes, including the appointment of Simon Hackett as its new acting Chief Executive Officer, reports Daniel Palmer at Delimiter. Read more at https://delimiter.com.au/2016/09/06/simon-hackett-appointed-ceo-redflow/.
Australian battery storage developer Redflow is off to a flying start for its new ZCell product, saying it has already received a $600,000 order from a Melbourne-based energy system installer, Standard Solar reports Giles Parkinson of One Step Off the Grid. Read his full story at https://onestepoffthegrid.com.au/redflow-gets-600000-battery-storage-order-melbourne-installer/.
Simon Hackett, the executive chair of battery storage maker Redflow, says the company’s first shipment of 10kWh zinc bromine “flow” batteries is en route to Australia, but that rolling them out to the market will be a slow process, but expressions of interest in the Australian made technology numbering in the thousands, reports Sophie Vorrath of One Step Off the Grid. Full full story at https://onestepoffthegrid.com.au/redflow-reports-strong-interest-household-flow-battery-technology/.