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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.

 

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FRIDAY HARBOR, Washington – June 5, 2015: Strategic News Service (SNS) is proud to announce that Redflow has been selected as a 2015 FiReStarter company to be featured at the 13th annual Future in Review (FiRe) conference.

Described by The Economist as “the best technology conference in the world,” FiRe features global thought leaders in technology and the global economy, including Elon Musk, Craig Venter, Michael Dell, Vint Cerf, Leroy Hood, Patti Grace Smith, Mark Hurd, Paul Jacobs, and many others.

FiReStarters are selected based on the strength of their innovations and their potential to bring positive change to the world, and are showcased at an exclusive investor reception at the FiRe conference, in panels throughout the event, and with ongoing relationships introduced and supported by SNS.

Redflow’s 5kW continuous/11kWh zinc-bromide battery module (ZBM) is designed to be integrated into electricity storage systems for a range of stationary applications.

Redflow CEO Stuart SmithAustralian battery technology leader Redflow has welcomed Tesla’s arrival to the advanced energy storage sector, after the US company recently announced its Lithium-ion based battery modules.

Redflow CEO Stuart Smith said attention generated by Tesla’s announcement actually assisted Redflow. “This announcement has raised the public profile of affordable energy storage as a disruptive technology that enables renewable generation sources to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, increase distributed generation and deliver energy independence,” he said in a statement to the Australian Stock Exchange. Read the full statement here.

“The increased interest in energy storage and generation technology, and the opportunities this presents, is both timely and appropriate.”