ASX-listed zinc-bromine flow battery maker draws line under “challenging” FY2020, telling investors it has the “right tactics, right team, and right focus” to move forward.
Australian zinc-bromine flow battery maker Redflow resumes trading on the ASX – and releases its highest annual sales revenue since 2012.
Australian zinc-bromine flow battery maker Redflow goes into trading halt, after falling short of its latest capital-raising target.
Redflow seeks minimum $6.25m and up to $23m to fast track development of its Gen3 flow battery as coronavirus hits delivery timetable.
Redflow says it’s using Covid-19 down-time to focus on Gen 3 of ZBM flow battery, which is expected to deliver at least 30% in production cost reductions on current model.
ASX-listed Redflow gets order for another 10 of its zinc-bromine flow batteries to help provide mobile and broadband coverage for off-grid parts of New Zealand.
Award-winning UK solar research project at Swansea University taps the zinc-bromine flow battery technology of Australian energy storage company Redflow.
Brisbane-based zinc-bromine flow battery maker says overseas markets providing growing pipeline of “significant opportunities” while Australia continues to weigh the benefits of energy storage.
Solar plus 40kWh Redflow zinc-bromine flow batteries allow outback W.A. cattle station to operate completely off-grid, save $10,000 a year in diesel costs, and keep workers cool.
Australian zinc-bromine flow battery maker points to China expansion and successful capital raising as reasons for optimism after big drop in quarterly revenue.