Invinity, the flow battery manufacturer, has had significant orders and is doubling manufacturing capacity

By Julian Singer In a trading update dated 9 March 2021 Invinity Energy Systems, the manufacturers of vanadium flow batteries, announced that it had 9.1MWh of capacity in the final stages of contract negotiation. This is on top of 18.6MWh of orders obtained in 2020 and 50.3MWh of sales under discussion. Invinity was formed from [...]

By |2021-04-13T07:21:29+00:00April 13th, 2021|RedT Energy|Comments Off on Invinity, the flow battery manufacturer, has had significant orders and is doubling manufacturing capacity

Consolidation in the Flow Battery market: RedT’s merger with Avalon

On 1 July 2019 RedT, the provider of flow batteries, announced its plan to merge with Avalon Battery Corporation, a private California-based supplier of flow batteries with engineering facilities in Vancouver and a manufacturing plant in Suzhou. Following AIM rules, trading was suspended at a price of 1.07pence. The merger is in fact a reverse [...]

By |2019-12-06T21:09:48+00:00December 5th, 2019|RedT Energy|Comments Off on Consolidation in the Flow Battery market: RedT’s merger with Avalon

RedT announce a strategic review, cost-cutting and board changes as sales disappoint

A year ago RedT divested most of its carbon trading and consultancy business, Camco, in order to concentrate on vanadium flow batteries. Some 330 units worth £18.3 million were said to be in the final stage of customer selection. Staff numbers were doubled and analysts projected a profit in 2019. In July the company announced [...]

By |2019-04-05T13:04:49+00:00April 4th, 2019|RedT Energy|Comments Off on RedT announce a strategic review, cost-cutting and board changes as sales disappoint

Some Good News for Flow Batteries

Two recent news items show that flow batteries are starting to receive more attention. In the first, RedT announced the sale of two systems, each with an energy storage capacity of 40MWh, to the German company Energy System Management GmbH (ESM). These are to help maintain equilibrium between supply and demand and to assure a [...]

By |2018-08-06T11:12:24+00:00August 7th, 2018|Energy Storage, RedT Energy|Comments Off on Some Good News for Flow Batteries

RedT concentrates on its flow batteries but still has all to play for

On 17 May RedT released its results for 2017 showing a revenue of €11.8 million, up from €10.8m in 2016, for an operating loss of €7.5m (2016: 6.2m). However, these results are no indication of the future as they are dominated by the company’s Camco carbon trading and consultancy business, which was effectively divested by [...]

By |2018-06-12T07:31:46+00:00June 12th, 2018|RedT Energy|Comments Off on RedT concentrates on its flow batteries but still has all to play for

Flow Batteries: a brief overview

We recently wrote about Redflow’ s involvement in grid and off-grid energy storage through the use of Zinc-Bromine batteries. This article on the exciting developments in battery technology looks at the possibilities for Flow Batteries in this area. The distinguishing feature of a flow battery is that the electrical energy is stored in a liquid [...]

By |2017-08-16T06:12:13+00:00August 16th, 2017|Energy Storage, Redflow, RedT Energy|Comments Off on Flow Batteries: a brief overview

The redT energy company heads for commercialisation with its pioneering batteries for energy storage

Like other renewable energy groups such as Flowgroup and Eden Research, redT energy (formerly Camco) seemed to be bogged down in development rather than arriving at commerciality. This was partly because they had too many potentially marketable but unproven lines. But it was also because, well, it can take a long time to establish pioneering [...]

By |2018-06-07T14:44:41+00:00June 15th, 2017|RedT Energy|Comments Off on The redT energy company heads for commercialisation with its pioneering batteries for energy storage
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