In a home setting, a Redflow battery would sit on the ground as an independent unit, possibly near an air conditioner or rainwater tank. “We’re producing now a nice outdoor rated enclosure that looks attractive and gets the job done,” he said. The battery is the size of a bar fridge on its side.
Mr Hackett wouldn’t say how much the Redflow home battery system would cost. He conceded it would be more expensive than a Powerwall, but it would have almost twice the capacity, about 10 kilowatt hours. “We think our product is going to be a fabulous workhorse that’s going to run at least as long or possibly longer.”
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