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Redflow Limited, a publicly-listed Australian company (ASX: RFX), produces small 10kWh zinc-bromine flow batteries that tolerate daily hard work in harsh conditions. Marketed as ZCell and ZBM2, Redflow batteries are designed for high cycle-rate, long time-base stationary energy storage applications in the residential, commercial & industrial and telecommunications sectors, and are scalable from a single battery installation through to grid-scale deployments. Redflow batteries are sold, installed and maintained by an international network of energy system integrators. Redflow’s smart, self-protecting batteries offer unique advantages including secure remote management, 100 per cent daily depth of discharge, tolerance of high ambient temperatures, a simple recycling path, no propensity for thermal runaway and sustained energy delivery throughout their operating life.

 

Simon Hackett with solar panel arrays at The ValeSimon Hackett with solar panel arrays at The ValeRedflow’s largest shareholder Simon Hackett has successfully deployed a Redflow-based rural microgrid that delivers energy independence for buildings and equipment on his family farm in northwest Tasmania.

The Vale (http://www.thevale.com.au), a working sheep farm with the largest private runway in Tasmania, is a 73-hectare property including a number of farm buildings and multiple houses.

The Vale’s 100 kilowatt-peak (kWp) solar array and 28-battery Redflow-based energy storage system caps an extensive design, development and deployment project undertaken during the past year by DMS Energy of Spreyton, Tasmania (https://tasmaniansolar.com.au).

Simon, who leads Redflow’s software and integration efforts as its Systems Integration Architect, said the system would eliminate grid electricity costs for the property. “The system also gives us energy resilience by automatically switching to off-grid mode during any grid power failures,” he said.

The Anaergia Rialto Bioenergy Facility with an artist's representation of Redflow batteries installed

Australian energy storage company Redflow Ltd (ASX: RFX) has signed an agreement to supply a 2 MWh energy storage system comprising of 192 zinc-bromine flow batteries to Anaergia, Inc. (Anaergia), a global technology leader in recovering value from waste.

The batteries will support two-megawatt hours (MWh) of energy and reduce peak energy use at Anaergia’s Rialto Bioenergy Facility (Facility) as part of the Facility’s microgrid. The Facility is located in San Bernardino County, California, and owned by Rialto Bioenergy Facility, LLC, an Anaergia company.

The microgrid project was funded in part by a grant from the California Energy Commission and consists of the batteries, a biogas conditioning system to support a 2.0MW biogas-fueled cogeneration unit, and a microgrid control system.

This agreement represents Redflow’s largest single sale and deployment of batteries globally. 

Cameron Penfold Paul Fletcher and Tim Harris W(From left) Optus Retail’s Cameron Penfold, Federal Minister Paul Fletcher
with Redflow MD Tim Harris and Redflow batteries

Australian energy storage company Redflow Limited has partnered with Optus to deploy Redflow batteries as part of the Australian Government’s network Mobile Network Hardening Program. The Honourable Minister for Communications, Urban Infrastructure, Cities and the Arts, Paul Fletcher visited Redflow’s Brisbane headquarters to launch the initiative, which is funded in part by the Government’s bushfire relief package.

Minister Fletcher said: “I welcome the fact that Redflow’s innovative Australian technology is being used by Optus in their mobile base station battery upgrades, funded under the Morrison Government’s Strengthening Telecommunications Against Natural Disasters (STAND) program.”

Earlier this week, Optus installed its first Redflow battery system under the Government’s program at a black spot site in Lexton, Victoria.  It is planning to deploy Redflow batteries in at least 56 black spot sites as part of the program. Optus has also used Redflow batteries in the environmentally sensitive Daintree Forest in Queensland since 2019.

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  1. New NT partner opens up Top End opportunities for Redflow (23 June 2020)
  2. Redflow receives subsequent order of flow batteries for New Zealand’s RCG (27 April 2020)
  3. Swansea University chooses Redflow flow-batteries for its renewable energy Active Building demonstrator (26 March 2020)
  4. Off-grid WA orchard beats bushfire blackouts with Redflow batteries (25 March 2020)
  5. Redflow batteries deliver 24-hour power and save $10,000 in diesel per year for off-grid WA station (05 February 2020)
  6. Rural Connectivity Group chooses Redflow for off-grid energy storage in New Zealand (11 November 2019)
  7. New Redflow partner predicts battery boom as WA solar tariffs end (26 September 2019)
  8. Redflow receives order for ZBM2 batteries to power rural microgrid in North West Tasmania (29 August 2019)
  9. Soul Energy partners with Redflow for infrastructure rollouts (21 May 2019)
  10. Redflow expands into China (17 May 2019)
  11. Redflow batteries supply energy for remote Thai village (13 February 2019)
  12. Redflow wins second South African telco battery sale (27 November 2018)
  13. Redflow batteries to power Optus mobile tower in Daintree rainforest (26 November 2018)
  14. Redflow batteries to store renewable energy for new children’s centres in Melbourne’s east (23 November 2018)
  15. Redflow supplies batteries for South African mobile phone towers (22 October 2018)
  16. Redflow Board gains manufacturing expertise (19 October 2018)
  17. Redflow recruits energy storage veteran to grow sales (02 October 2018)
  18. Redflow continues Board Renewal (11 September 2018)
  19. After turnaround year, Redflow aims for growth (30 August 2018)
  20. Darling Building beats energy shortfall with Redflow batteries (20 August 2018)