With growing interest in battery systems for the on-site storage of electricity as costs fall and the price of electricity increases, Redflow has set its sights on home and small business installations.
Australian tech wunderkind Simon Hackett is going from strength to strength and his latest boost to the Australian tech scene was announced today - he's joining a $5 million investment round in Sydney-based startup BlueChilli.
Technology entrepreneur and founder of Internode, Simon Hackett, has forked out $2.2 million of his own money to take a stake as the single biggest shareholder in battery storage developer RedFlow.
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