RedFlow

  • All-plastic zinc-bromine flow battery that consists of a stand-alone 3 kW / 8 kWh stack that can be scaled to a 200 kW / 400 kWh system
  • Went public on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) in late 2010, and has raised over $80 million
  • No longer has a manufacturing agreement with Jab...

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