Clean Energy Finance Corporation and Right Click Capital invest A$8.99million in Redback Technologies

Australian renewable energy startup, Redback Technologies, today announced a US$7 million (approx. A$8.99 million) investment in the company, US$5 million (approx. A$6.42million) by Clean Energy Innovation Fund and US$2 million (approx. A$2.57million) by Right Click Capital.

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EnergyAustralia revs up solar-battery drive with Redback system

EnergyAustralia is promising to “put the customer in the driving seat” of their home energy use with the launch of its “next generation” Redback smart solar-plus-storage system which it says should pay for itself within about seven years.

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Redback startup charges up new Queensland jobs

A Brisbane-based energy technology startup Redback Technologies plans to double its current workforce of 54 over the next six months.

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Redback in NZ virtual power plant trial

Redback Technologies has been selected by Contact Energy, one of New Zealand’s leading energy generators and retailers, to participate in a Virtual Power Plant (VPP) trial in Wellington.

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Redback update

Our customers are important to us and we listen to their feedback because it helps us develop products that are market leading. As a result we are making the following recommendations for the Smart Hybrid Inverter to expedite onboarding and reduce system configuration complexity.

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Redback joins Australian Power Institute to build the country’s sustainable energy future

Renewable energy business Redback Technologies’ Managing Director; Philip Livingston, has joined as the newest member of the Australian Power Institute (API) Board of Directors. With its mission to provide quality engineering graduates to the energy industry, API is looking to Redback to reinvigorate its initiatives and encourage new energy innovations within its remit.

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Renewable energy tech start-up strikes a deal with Energy Queensland

RENEWABLE energy tech start-up Redback Technologies predicts its staff numbers will double by the end of the year, after striking a deal with Energy Queensland to further advance their energy monitoring devices.

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Queensland Government invests $1.96million in Redback Technologies

Today, Australian renewable energy business, Redback Technologies, has welcomed two injections of funding totalling $1.96million from the Queensland Government to further advance technology developments.

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Redback to begin pilot project to supply energy management services in the UAE

Today, Australian renewable energy business, Redback Technologies, announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Duserve Facilities Management (Duserve FM) to collaborate on a pilot project trialing Redback’s advanced, low cost solar solutions in United Arab Emirates.

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What stops home batteries taking off: Qld Energy Storage Summit

Home batteries are the latest electricity buzzwords, but an industry conference on Wednesday heard high prices and consumer concerns are among barriers to the devices’ rapid adoption.

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