Redflow, the Australian zinc-bromine flow battery maker, announced on December 5 it had approved a further seven installers for its ZCell storage system, meaning the company now has installers in every state and territory in Australia reported Batteries International See the full article at: http://www.batteriesinternational.com/soaring-australian-power-prices-open-doors-for-redflow/
Australian battery company Redflow Limited today announces seven more approved installers for its new ZCell energy storage solution, including additional coverage in regional areas and the NT, reported RenewEconomy. Read more at http://reneweconomy.com.au/redflow-extends-zcell-installer-coverage-46341/.
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 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, 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/.
Simon Hackett was one of the first into the internet, then electric cars. Now it’s home storage batteries, he tells Lunch with the AFR writes Ben Potter in the Australian Financial Review. Read the full story at http://www.afr.com/news/lunch-with-simon-hackett-20160829-gr3v5x.
Redflow has announced senior management changes as the company prepares for the first deliveries of ZCell residential flow batteries in Australia. The Redflow board has appointed executive chairman Simon Hackett as acting chief executive officer while fellow board member Richard Aird was named acting chief operating officer, reported ECD (Electrical Comms Data). Read the full story at http://www.ecdonline.com.au/content/business-and-management/news/changes-at-redflow-ahead-of-zcell-deliveries-1428048562.
Australian battery company Redflow has appointed its first approved resellers for its new ZCell energy storage solution with the companies to provide specialist local knowledge and national coverage, reports Peter Dinham of ITWire at http://www.itwire.com/resellers/74855-redflow-appoints-resellers-for-zcell.html.
Australian battery technology developer Redflow says the first of its ZCell residential battery storage systems are due to be delivered to customers next month after the first shipment of batteries arrived in Australia on Sunday, reported Giles Parkinson in renewEconomy at http://reneweconomy.com.au/2016/redflow-says-first-zcell-batteries-to-be-installed-in-homes-in-october-15559.