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About RedFlow

Redflow is a market leader, the first flow battery company to commercially outsource the manufacturing of its products.
Redflow ensures continuous product innovation in its R&D centre, located in Brisbane, Australia.

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At Michigan Tech, Battery 'Flaws' Drive Innovation

HOUGHTON — Most people see defects as flaws. A few Michigan Technological University researchers, however, see them as opportunities.

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Elon Musk is sick of inventors pitching him the next big thing in batteries

Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, is suffering from an affliction of which Thomas Edison complained more than a century ago: inventors and promoters lining up at his door, each with lofty claims for a new battery. 760 more words

Tesla’s Home Storage System – Disruptive for Utilities

The real impact of the recently announced Tesla battery home storage system will be to utilities. And this will be a disruptive impact. The Tesla battery, along with a sophisticated power management system, has the potential to substantially decrease the demand of a home solar system on power from the grid and on the grid, itself. 446 more words


Bolivia to supply lithium for e-car batteries

Three engineering firms, two German and one Swiss, are bidding for the right to build a lithium processing plant the in highlands of Bolivia. Lithium-ion batteries are used in mobile phones and electric cars.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Notebook Battery Recall [Australia]

Australia/Canberra: Lenovo (Australia & New Zealand) Pty recalls certain Lithium-ion Batteries sold for Lenovo ‘Thinkpad’ branded Notebooks due to possible overheating and fire hazards. ACCC: … 345 more words


Mechanical Defects Can Cause Localized Li Plating in Li+ Cells

Our recent publication experimentally demonstrates that common mechanical defects (e.g. separator pore closure, electrode delamination, etc) in lithium-ion batteries can lead to a chemical degradation/failure mechanism called lithium plating. 42 more words