Delta Electrics

Northern Territory

Delta Electrics is a leading supplier of power-related products and services in the Northern Territory employing 17 staff and with a turnover in excess of $8 million per annum. We maintain a Quality System in accordance with ISO 9001. Delta Electrics recognises that the Occupational Health and Safety of employees are of paramount importance to the company and is fully committed to providing a safe and healthy working environment in compliance with all statutory requirements and relevant Australian Standards. Delta Electrics holds accreditation with the following organisations: Our customers include some of the biggest companies operating in the Northern Territory (eg Power Water, Territory Generation, Australian Department of Defence, Telstra, McArthur River Mining/Xstrata and Energy Resources Australia). Delta’s client base spans an extensive range of industry sectors such as:

  • Mining and Resources
  • Defence
  • Telecommunications
  • Power Utilities
  • Manufacturing
  • Education
  • Media
  • Agriculture
  • Local Councils
  • Government Agencies
  • Construction
  • General Industry
  • Remote Aboriginal Communities

Our company values reflect the way we like to do work:

  • Our people are the basis of our success
  • Going the extra mile to deliver solutions that exceed the expectations of our customers
  • Providing the largest possible range of parts and equipment
  • Delivering on our value proposition every time
  • Building long-term sustainable business relationships
  • Respecting the environment

Delta Electrics NT Pty Ltd

  • Address: 154 Coonawarra Road, Winnellie NT 0820
  • Postal Address: PO Box 38471, Winnellie NT 0821
  • Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Sales Enquiries: sales@deltaelectrics.com.au 
  • Service Enquiries: service@deltaelectrics.com.au 
  • Phone: 08 8984 4033 or 1800 670 087
  • Fax: 08 8947 0421
  • Web: https://www.deltaelectrics.com.au/contact

Knox children centres cut 75% of energy costs in winter with Redflow batteries

Two state-of-the-art children and family centres in Melbourne’s outer eastern suburbs have eliminated three-quarters of their energy costs during winter with insulation, solar panels and Redflow batteries.

The Knox Children and Family Centres at Wantirna South, which opened in January 2019, and Bayswater, which opened in March, each contain 100 kilowatts peak (kWp) of photovoltaic solar panels and 18 Redflow ZBM2 batteries, storing as much as 180 kilowatt-hours of energy. They also include innovative insulation and thermal sealing to retain heat in winter and cooling in summer.

The performance of the integrated solar panel and battery systems in their first months exceeded Council’s expectations, generating 75 per cent of the power requirements for both of the hubs during winter. The installation of the solar array and batteries is anticipated to save Council an estimated $110,000 – $120,000 per annum at each facility, delivering a total annual saving of $220,000-$240,000. Continue reading “Knox children centres cut 75% of energy costs in winter with Redflow batteries”

Redflow batteries supply energy for remote Thai village

Redflow ZBM2 zinc-bromine flow batteries are now storing solar energy to provide a reliable power supply for a remote village in mountainous northern Thailand that has long lacked electricity.

In a project backed by the Thai Government, the village of Ban Pha Dan in Lamphun province is using solar cells to harvest energy and a high-performance hybrid battery system, including ZBM2s, to store energy for a village microgrid that is separated from the national electricity distribution network.

Ban Pha Dan, 70km south of the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai, is a small village that has lacked access to electricity because it is surrounded by a wildlife reserve where power poles are forbidden. This microgrid project was initiated by Thailand’s Energy Ministry and the Renewable Energy for Sustainable Association with financial support from the Energy Conservation Promotion Fund.

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Redflow batteries to power Fiji’s digital TV rollout

Australian energy storage company Redflow Limited has shipped zinc-bromine flow batteries made at its new factory in Thailand to fulfil its largest-ever order for use in a digital television network in Fiji.

New Zealand-based telecommunications infrastructure specialist Hitech Solutions last year chose Redflow’s ZBM2 batteries to provide energy storage for Fiji’s new digital television network which it is deploying for the Fiji Government throughout the Pacific nation, including remote islands.

Hitech Solutions ordered US$1.2 million worth of Redflow ZBM2 batteries to store and supply renewable energy to power the Fijian digital TV network. The company, which has operated a five-battery trial site in Fiji during the past year, intends to scale up its deployment of solar panels and Redflow batteries during the next six months. Hitech will install from five to 60 ZBM2 batteries at more than 10 sites in Fiji, many of which are on hills with no access to the country’s electricity grid. Continue reading “Redflow batteries to power Fiji’s digital TV rollout”

Mossel Bay goes carbon neutral with Redflow

Mossel Bay Municipality in the Southern Cape province of South Africa has eliminated the carbon footprint of its Technical Services Department buildings by deploying ZBM2 batteries from Redflow.

Installed in late 2016, the four 10 kilowatt-hour (kWh) zinc-bromine flow batteries have enabled the ageing offices to become net exporters of electricity to the power grid through the intelligent storage of energy harvested from 114 rooftop photovoltaic solar panels.

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Hitech places second US$600,000 order for Redflow batteries

Australian battery company Redflow Limited has repeated its largest ever sale of ZBM2 zinc-bromine flow batteries, after receiving a second international order worth about US$600,000 (A$750,000).

Auckland-based Hitech Solutions placed this latest order for a major, multiple stage project which 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. Hitech specialises in providing telecommunications and infrastructure services for clients in New Zealand and internationally. Redflow has completed delivery of all batteries to fulfil Hitech’s first order, announced in May.

Redflow CEO Simon Hackett said this repeat large sale validated the appeal of ZBM2 batteries to displace lead-acid batteries for network power applications in demanding and remote environments. “We are delighted that Hitech has again chosen Redflow batteries,” he said.

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Dutch farm deploys six Redflow batteries

In a Netherlands first, a Dutch dairy farm has deployed six Redflow ZBM2 zinc-bromine flow batteries to store self-produced solar energy that can support its milk production with sun-harvested energy. Dubbed the Photon Farmer, the project aims to store solar energy for the farm’s use with six 10 kilowatt hour (kWh) ZBM2 batteries, the first Redflow deployment in the Netherlands.

Located at Vierakker in the eastern Netherlands, the 57.5-hectare family-owned farm currently stocks 110 dairy cows. Due to public importance, the European Union is co-financing the deployment, which could revolutionise energy supply by supporting businesses to become energy independent. ICL, a leading global producer of bromine and supplier of the advanced zinc-bromide electrolyte used in ZBM2 batteries, proposed Redflow for the Photon Farmer project because of the ground-breaking advantages of zinc-bromine flow batteries over older battery types such as lithium and lead-acid.

Redflow Global Sales Director Andrew Kempster, who is visiting the Netherlands this week for the project’s launch, said the Photon Farmer had produced energy with solar panels for several years. “The battery project is seeking the best business model for future local sustainable energy production, including energy storage in a battery,” he said. “Our zinc-bromine flow battery technology is well-suited for this project.”

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Redflow signs largest ever deal worth $800,000

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,

Redflow secures A$800,000 battery sale for tropics

Australian energy storage specialist Redflow today announces its largest single sale of ZBM2 zinc-bromine flow batteries, worth about US$600,000 (A$800,000), for multiple sites in the Pacific Islands. Redflow partner Vertiv (formerly Emerson Network Power) will provide the batteries for an energy storage solution being designed by New Zealand-based Hitech Solutions.

Hitech is building advanced hybrid energy storage systems to provide reliable, remote power to multiple sites in a Pacific Island nation. This first ZBM2 order from Hitech supports the first stage of a multiple stage project.

Redflow CEO Simon Hackett said this major sector sale recognised the unique advantages of its batteries. “This high-workload deployment in the tropics is ideal for our zinc-bromine flow batteries,” he said.

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