Wildcatter Podcast: What are flow batteries? And why are they vital to the renewable energy ecosystem?
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Stock analysis veteran and lover of the oil and gas game, Peter Strachan, is putting aside the Bloomberg terminal and picking up the microphone for another instalment of The Wildcatter Podcast.
In this latest episode, Peter interviews Redflow Limited (ASX:RFX) managing director and CEO Tim Harris.
Redflow is an Australian grown and owned technology leader in the area of battery power storage with a market capitalisation of about $46m.
Its zinc bromine flow battery technology is ideally suited for stationary power storage applications that shift energy availability from intermittent generation sources such as wind and solar photo-voltaic, enabling that power to be used at night, or when the wind is not blowing.
The company has identified off-grid and micro-grid applications, including the supply of power to remote telecommunications facilities and remote communities, where traditional back-up generation can also play a part.
Redflow’s product has a long working life and can be cycled continuously, coming with a 3,650 full cycle warranty, which far outstrips its peers in the battery storage industry.
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