Date: Nov 21, 2018

UK energy storage firm redT energy Plc (LON:RED) announced on Monday that a 1-MWh hybrid energy storage system it built in Melbourne, Australia is now operational.

Located at Monash University, the vanadium flow/lithium-ion hybrid behind-the-meter energy storage system is the first of its kind to be commissioned worldwide, the announcement says. It includes 900 kWh (12 tank units) of vanadium flow machine technology, and a 120-kW C1-rated lithium battery, installed on the roof of a campus in Clayton, Victoria.

redT’s solution stores and dispatches energy from multiple sources, including 1 MW of solar panels that are part of a wider microgrid.

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