Australian battery company Redflow has started manufacturing complete zinc-bromine flow batteries at its new factory in Thailand and shipping the batteries to customers in Australia and worldwide.
A family in Queensland has used six ZCell batteries to take their home off the grid, the biggest deployment of the batteries to date.
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.
Battery producer and energy storage specialist Redflow has appointed executive chairman Simon Hackett as acting chief executive after the resignation of Stuart Smith following his successful outsourcing of the entire battery manufacturing process to Flex.
While Australian homes have high photovoltaic (PV) solar panel take-up — as high as 30% in Queensland — the "sun don’t shine" on demand.
Both Redflow and Redback are Brisbane-based companies that are using innovative Australian developed technologies to secure this country’s role in the emerging energy storage revolution.
it’s a given that solar power and in-home battery storage is the future of home electricity generation – that is, until we get back to the future with a plutonium-powered nuclear fission reactor and a flux capacitor.
Australian energy storage specialist Redflow has revealed a custom-designed enclosure for its new ZCell home battery which it says is a “breakthrough” residential energy storage system that includes a battery made from easily recyclable or reusable components.
Redflow Executive Chairman Simon Hackett says, “ZCell breaks many of the rules that apply to legacy batteries, making it ideal for the home market.”
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