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Battery Storage Price Index – January 2018

January 29, 2018
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After some significant additions to our battery pricing database (including some ‘recommended retail price’ (RRP) data from manufacturers), average ‘full’ battery system prices (i.e. including inverter) fell to about $1,580 per kilowatt-hour (kWh), with lows sticking around at $870/kWh. Average ‘battery only’ prices came in at just under $1,000/kWh, while lows were around $700. This […]

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Battery Storage Price Index – November 2017

November 14, 2017
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We’re excited to announce that we have at long last published our first Battery Storage Price Index – a generalised view of what it costs to have a battery storage system installed in Australia. If you’ve done any research into the battery storage market at all, you’ve probably already worked out that batteries are complicated. […]

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Australian Energy Storage Conference & Exhibition 2016 roundup

June 6, 2016
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The Australian Energy Storage Conference & Exhibition 2016 was held in the Australian Technology Park in Sydney last week. In addition to being a networking and knowledge-sharing opportunity, the event provided a snapshot into Australia’s evolving energy storage industry. Here we’ve summed up the main themes that kept popping up and the key points that we took […]

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Australia’s Redback Tech partners with UQ to foster storage innovations

February 16, 2016
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Australian energy storage system developer Redback Technologies has announced a partnership with the University of Queensland aiming to accelerate the commercialisation of the company’s distributed energy storage – while also enabling the university to be at the ‘cutting edge’ of research into  this burgeoning field. Redback announced in a press release that it has signed […]

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A look back at 2015: The year Australia talked (a lot) about solar battery storage

December 23, 2015
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With 2016 slated to be ‘the year of the battery‘, we could look back on 2015 as ‘the year of talking about the battery’. While the past 12 months were certainly eventful for a number of other reasons, home energy storage was one of the dominant themes in the conversation – even as residential solar […]

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Australia’s Redback aims to sell 28,000 home battery systems by 2019

December 1, 2015
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Australian home energy storage technology developer Redback has signed an exclusive distribution agreement that will see 28,000 of the company’s SH4600 Smart Hybrid System units sold in Australia and New Zealand within the next three years. The company’s Smart Hybrid System uses an ‘Internet of Things’ software platform to enable homes to optimise solar self-consumption. […]

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Australia’s Redback Tech takes home battery storage to the next level with ‘Internet of Things’ approach

November 11, 2015

Redback Technologies is an Australian energy technology startup aiming to change the way that households consume electricity. The company’s Smart Hybrid System allows households to store energy generated by their solar panels so that it may be used when it is of most value to them. Redback’s innovative approach could eventually enable energy storage system […]

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