to-the-point: redT gets order for 9 storage units in Asia

redT large scale energy storage units arrive at PNDC. Source: @redT_energy

November 16 (Renewables Now) - redT energy plc (LON:RED) today announced a commercial order for nine energy storage units with a combined capacity of about 0.6 MWh from an unnamed customer in South-East Asia.

The UK energy storage company, whose machines are based on vanadium redox flow technology, said the order marks its entry into the high-growth Asian energy storage market.

The deal includes four 30kW-150kWh machines and one 5kW-20kWh machine, which is equivalent to nine redT modular tank units. The storage systems will be connected to the local grid and used as flexible platform assets, performing various services.

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