On 16 April 2012, following a strategic review, RedFlow announced its intention to focus in the near-term on expanding the Company’s product demonstration programme across both end-users and systems integrators.
In line with this strategy RedFlow is pleased to provide a summary progress update ahead of a more complete quarterly update that will be provided during July 2012.
A new Company presentation summarising recent progress is available on RedFlow’s website, at: https://demoplatform.redflow-2015-sayhitovincent-1.c9.io/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Presentation-June-2012.pdf
Details contained within this presentation highlight that RedFlow is moving forward strongly since the strategic review recommendations were identified:
- Discussions with a number of major, multi-national systems integrator companies have progressed rapidly alongside our existing utility partners, including Ausgrid and PowerCo, and we expect to be in a position to announce progress on this front over the coming months;
- We have placed a full-time business development manager in the US, with a number of potential demonstration projects in the US developing quickly as our commercial links strengthen;
- Five trial units have been placed in the US during the last three months, with a range of potential end customers and system integrators, as early steps to securing additional interest in our largescale demonstration programs;
Three recent links are included on the RedFlow website that highlights some of this progress:
- RedFlow demo system installed in Florida: One of the five trial systems that has been deployed at the Florida Gulf Coast University, which has links with local utilities:
- Arizona company, Aztera, is now providing technical support for RedFlow deployments in the USA: https://www.engr.arizona.edu/news/story.php?id=467
- US Department of Energy: Info map of grid-connected energy storage systems includes selected RedFlow systems in Australia and the US. https://www.energystorageexchange.org/projects
RedFlow is looking forward to further strong progress in the coming months.
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