Popular renewable energy news website Electrek has this week profiled Redflow, outlining the benefits of our batteries including their longevity, the ability to discharge them every single day to 100 per cent and their compact size. Read the full story by John Fitzgerald Weaver on the Electrek website at https://electrek.co/2017/11/06/zinc-bromine-batteries-coming-for-lithium/.
A Queensland family has installed the largest residential Reflow ZCell battery system in Australia, at 60kWh, as part of an off-grid solar and storage system will allow them to avoid the cost of connecting to the network, and of hefty future power bills. The storage system, installed by Off-Grid Energy, comprises six of the Brisbane battery maker’s 10kWh zinc-bromine flow batteries (pictured below), and a nearly 19kW (72 panel) solar PV array, that is installed on the roof of a nearby shed.
Australian battery company Redflow Limited has started installing battery production equipment at its new factory in Thailand, putting it on track to commence initial operation by the end of this year. Through its Thai subsidiary, Redflow has signed a three-year lease on the 1500 sqm building at the Hemaraj Chonburi Industrial Estate, part of the IEAT free trade zone, 110km southeast of Bangkok and 25km from the Laem Chabang deep sea container port.
Australian battery company Redflow has started installing battery production equipment at its new factory in Thailand as it prepares to commence operations by the end of this year, reports Peter Dinham in ITWire.
The Brisbane-headquartered, ASX-listed Redflow, through its Thai subsidiary, has signed a three-year lease on the 1500-square-metre building at the Hemaraj Chonburi Industrial Estate, part of the IEAT free trade zone, 110km southeast of Bangkok and 25km from the Laem Chabang deep sea container port.
Leading Australian financial journalist Alan Kohler interviews Redflow’s Simon Hackett about how the Australian innovator is using its world-leading expertise at miniaturising zinc-bromine flow batteries to disrupt the large, established market for lead-acid batteries in telecommunication sites.
Republished with permission of The Constant Investor, the following article is the transcript of Alan Kohler’s interview with Simon Hackett – who at the time was Redflow’s interim CEO – first published as a podcast on September 21, 2017. Continue reading “The Redflow Effect: Alan Kohler interviews Simon Hackett”
Australian battery company Redflow has secured the second international sale of its ZBM2 zinc-bromine flow batteries for US$600,000, with Auckland-based Hitech Solutions placing another order.
Under the new deal, Hitech is using Redflow’s ZBM2 batteries to build advanced hybrid energy storage systems that will deliver reliable power to multiple remote sites in a Pacific Island nation.
Read the full story on ITWire.
The zinc-bromine flow batteries of Australian energy storage company Redflow will again be used to help supply reliable, clean power to remote Pacific Island sites, after the Brisbane based company secured a second major international order.
Redflow said on Monday that Auckland-based Hitech Solutions had placed a $A750,000 order for a major, multiple stage project using Redflow’s ZBM2 batteries to build advanced hybrid energy storage systems across multiple sites in a Pacific Island nation.
View this video about how Photon Farmer in the Netherlands uses Redflow ZBM2 batteries to store solar energy at its 110-cow dairy farm.
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,