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RFX, REDFLOW LIMITED
nipper
post Posted: Feb 11 2021, 09:43 AM
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Redflow Limited (ASX: RFX) is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Optus to deploy Redflow batteries as part of the Australian Governments Mobile Network Hardening Program. The Minister for Communications, Urban Infrastructure, Cities and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher, visited Redflows Brisbane headquarters to launch the initiative, which is funded in part by the Governments bushfire relief package.


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Minister Fletcher, said: I welcome the fact that Redflows innovative Australian technology is being used by Optus in their mobile base station battery upgrades, funded under the Morrison Governments Strengthening Telecommunications Against Natural Disasters (STAND) program.

Earlier this week, Optus installed its first Redflow battery system under the Government program at a black spot site in Lexton, Victoria. It is planning to deploy Redflow batteries in at least 56 black spot sites as part of the program. Optus has also used Redflow batteries in the environmentally sensitive Daintree Forest in Queensland since 2019



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nipper
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holding on to those gains.. It is a pity Lithium ion batteries are getting cheaper by the week


Quarterly ....Key highlights

.... Q2 FY2021 cash receipts of $314k (Q2 FY2020: $1.05 million)
.... Second Shortfall Placement raised $1.6 million in October, taking total funds from Entitlement Offer and Shortfall Placements to $6.9 million
.... Receipt of $1.65m R&D Tax rebate in December 2020
.... Cash balance of $8.7 million as at 31 December 2020 underpins growth initiatives
.... Redflow's largest 60 battery energy storage system ordered by WA partner TIEC Electrical for off-grid agricultural site
.... Significantly progressed research & development initiatives:
o Initial Gen3 battery customer trial commenced December 2020
o Technical developments progressed to optimise pH levels and electrolyte composition
.... Increasing recognition of the role of flow batteries in the future energy ecosystem



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nipper
post Posted: Jan 28 2021, 08:09 PM
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Redflex has doubled in the past week. 2.5c to 5c.
No real news; enough to get an ASX Query.
1. No
2. Not Applicable
3. Unaware
4. In Compliance




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nipper
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RFX received acceptances which totals $4.899 million for its recent Entitlement Offer (priced at 2.5c). The level of acceptances was lower than the $6.25 million that Redflow had aimed to raise and we will look to place some or all of the Shortfall over the next 90 days.

Having considered our growth plans, the Redflow Directors have determined that the applications received from shareholders under the Entitlement Offer, combined with $3.4 million cash at bank (as at 30 June 2020) and an expected R&D tax rebate for FY2020 will provide sufficient funding to meaningfully pursue Redflow strategy, with a primary focus on the accelerated development of the new Gen3 battery.

With the available resources and recognising the challenges caused by the COVID19 pandemic, Redflow will:
... Narrow its future sales focus and business development activity to support key markets (notably in Africa and our customers in Australia and New Zealand) and key applications where our energy storage batteries have achieved significant traction to date;
... Continue with development of Redflow battery enhanced features such as external housing, and Standby Power Supply mode;
... Focus development and testing for Gen3 using our Thailand and Brisbane facilities;
... Incur expenditure on retooling for volume production of Gen3 batteries based mainly on the achievement of further sales traction; and
... Continue to maintain the cost containment measures currently in place and pursue all other cost savings measures where it is prudent to do so.

In addition, as noted in its Entitlement Offer Booklet, Redflow will continue to explore strategic investment discussions and other non-equity financing options such as export financing.

a struggle to keep relevant. With other battery suppliers seeing costs fall, it is almost an exercise of running at full pace just to avoid falling behind. Cash constraints do not help, nor travel restrictions.



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nipper
post Posted: Nov 21 2019, 08:00 PM
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From today's AGM:
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.. as a business we must recognise that whilst the overall market for energy storage has increased significantly and continues to grow, the intensity of competition – particularly from Lithium – has intensified. Bloomberg New Energy Finance notes that the volume weighted price of the average Lithium Ion battery pack fell by 85% from 2010-18.

Like it or not, the reality of our market is now that many areas of the energy storage market now use Lithium – and Lithium prices – as their core reference point.

... and therein lies the problem



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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
nipper
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Maybe turning the corner?
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New Zealand Rural Connectivity Group (RCG) has chosen Redflow zinc-bromine flow batteries to store energy in off-grid telecommunication sites in remote rural locations. Commercial negotiations to establish a direct relationship between RCG and Redflow to purchase batteries are now underway.

The RCG was established by the New Zealand Government in 2017 as an independent entity to build, operate and maintain a new open access network. The RCG will build over 400 new cell sites in rural locations to extend mobile and wireless broadband coverage to more than 34,000 rural homes and businesses, provide mobile coverage to a further 1000 kilometres of state highways and provide connectivity to more than 100 top New Zealand tourist destinations by December 2022. The new cell
sites will be a combination of both off-grid and on-grid locations

...up 15%



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RFX is 5c .... better than the 3c it got to, a few months ago
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• Thailand factory now stable and producing high quality batteries
• Produced 150 batteries in Dec 18. Scalable model for immediate demand
• ISO9001 accreditation awarded in July 2019
• 30% Cost-down engineering program underway





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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
nipper
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ May 20 2019, 10:27 PM

and another kick likely today
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Redflow Limited (RFX) has secured preferred supplier status with Soul Energy to provide batteries for the first of a number of expected infrastructure projects throughout Australasia.

Headquartered in New Zealand, Soul Energy is a green energy systems integrator providing technology infrastructure solutions in New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific. Its services include design, manufacturing, installation, support and monitoring systems.

Partnering with Redflow has enabled Soul Energy to focus on key verticals, including telecommunications, utilities, agriculture and commercial as well as off-grid communities.

The total potential requirement for the first customer is as many as 200 Redflow batteries, likely to commence with an initial small order as early as June 2019.




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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
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Redflow has been contracted to supply a battery solution for a smart grid project sponsored by China’s national energy bureau.

The Brisbane-based company will provide battery storage for a solar-powered, smart grid installation that will be used to supply an electric vehicle, fast-charging site, it announced on Friday. The agreement will see Redflow install 10 of its flow batteries – an alternative battery technology to lithium ion – for a trial period in partnership with the project manager, Chinese battery company ZbestPower.

Redflow chief executive Tim Harris said the project would build a significant profile in the world's largest market for energy storage – with strong opportunities for further business.

"It's a really important market for us given the level of renewable investment. Our focus is to make this deployment successful and then using that to identify, create and develop other commercial opportunities," "When it comes to some of the problems China faces, particularly how can you enable large-scale storage and efficiencies, flow batteries are very well suited to that," Mr Harris said.

Flow batteries are not prone to overheating, can be recycled and have a longer life, which Mr Harris said made them competitive in China.

"Over the last six to 12 months, we’ve been approached by a number of different parties who have an interest in licensing or selling our battery into China," Mr Harris said.
https://www.afr.com/business/energy/redflow...20190519-p51oy6

up 20% .................... (to 4.7c, well below what many thought would be a better number)



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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
mullokintyre
post Posted: Apr 12 2019, 01:55 PM
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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Mar 28 2019, 03:52 PM

Obviously the people "in the know" must have got it wrong.
Down 21% today.
Chart dowes not look pretty.
Been in a generally downward trend since the 15 cents high of May lat year.
Pretty big volume ass well.
Not looking good for my money.

Mick



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