Published 01-10-2019
| Article appears in October 2019 Issue

STORAGE BATTERY MANUFACTURER IS A TRUE AMBITIOUS AUSSIE

26-09-2019
RedEarth founders Chris Winter and Charles Walker

Brisbane-based storage battery manufacturer RedEarth Energy Storage has signed up to the Australian Made Campaign and will now be carrying the iconic Australian Made logo on its products.

Founded in 2013, RedEarth is currently one of the only Australian owned and operated domestic producers of energy storage systems for residential, commercial and industrial use. And with more than $70 million worth of energy storage systems expected to be manufactured at the company’s Darra facility in Queensland over the next four years, RedEarth is on track to achieving its goal of becoming one of Australia’s leading energy storage providers.

RedEarth cofounder and CEO Charles Walker says the Australian Made certification marks an exciting milestone: “As Australians adapt to the new electricity paradigm (we call it “Electricity 2.0”) and rooftop solar continues to boom, we are proud to provide a genuinely Australian product, which are superior on both quality and price.

“With foreign products currently dominating the Australian energy storage market, we are pleased to be delivering an Australian Made alternative that supports the domestic economy,” he adds.

RedEarth Energy Storage
07 3279 6707
redearthenergystorage.com.au

 

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