Electricity storage system company, RedFlow Limited (ASX:RFX), announced today that ST Dynamics of Singapore has taken delivery of the three trial electricity storage units it has purchased. These units are based on RedFlow’s zinc-bromine battery modules.
RedFlow engineers will work with their ST Dynamics counterparts to commission the units shortly as lead in systems for future customer trials.
ST Dynamics is a fully owned subsidiary of leading integrated engineering group, Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (ST Engineering). RedFlow signed a Teaming Agreement with ST Engineering in September 2010.
President of ST Dynamics, Mr Fong Saik Hay said, “These first systems allow us to gain experience with the RedFlow products and to apply the technology into our markets across the Asian region.
“ST Engineering has extensive experience in assessing and launching new products in the Asian market. We believe RedFlow’s electricity storage systems have considerable potential in a number of applications and countries in the region,’’ he said.
RedFlow CEO, Phil Hutchings said there was ongoing technical and commercial interchange between our companies.
“Importantly, RedFlow and ST Dynamics are in discussions to strengthen the existing agreement to provide for distribution and integration rights into selected territories”, Mr Hutchings said.
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