Solar alternative: RedEarth Energy Storages' Chris Winter will be at Beef Australia speaking to visitors about how they can improve their energy security.

Solar alternative: RedEarth Energy Storages' Chris Winter will be at Beef Australia speaking to visitors about how they can improve their energy security.

Energy security for the land

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Australian-owned and made RedEarth Energy Storage will be exhibiting this year at Beef Australia (SK45-SK46) so they can speak with beef producers about how they can improve their energy security where power to the grid isn't available, or where the grid is unreliable.

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Australian-owned and made RedEarth Energy Storage will be exhibiting this year at Beef Australia (SK45-SK46) so they can speak with beef producers about how they can improve their energy security where power to the grid isn't available, or where the grid is unreliable.

The Queensland-made solar battery systems have been built to weather the harsh Australian environment, from residential and small shed systems to large commercial systems that can get power to the most remote areas of your property.

The company has been focusing on providing innovative technology for sheep stations, cattle stations, and rural Australia to reduce reliance on the grid and diesel generators. RedEarth's rural customers who suffer from blackouts and brownouts are now energy secure.

RedEarth battery systems are monitored in Queensland, with rural customers now taking advantage of products such as the BlackMax Pro, HoneyBadger, DropBear, and Copperhead to further benefit from a clean, reliable energy source.

Power to the people: RedEarth Energy Storage co-founder and CEO Charles Walker and fellow co-founder and chief technology officer Chris Winter are excited about providing Aussies with Australian-made solar battery technology.

Power to the people: RedEarth Energy Storage co-founder and CEO Charles Walker and fellow co-founder and chief technology officer Chris Winter are excited about providing Aussies with Australian-made solar battery technology.

The BlackMax Pro is ideal for GPS repeater stations and hard-to-reach places, offering robust remote power that eliminates regularly driving or flying out to replace or top up generator fuel.

RedEarth co-founder and CEO Charles Walker is excited about providing Aussies with Australian-made solar battery technology made for the harsh Aussie Sun that is a game-changer in helping to transition the country to trusted renewable energy.

"We're helping our customers become energy secure, and also, proudly, creating more jobs for Australians. We've made 10 new hires since the end of last year and we're continuing recruitment to hire another 23 as we continue to hit our projected target of more than $70 million worth of battery systems over the next four years," Mr Walker said.

RedEarth co-founder and chief technology officer Chris Winter said RedEarth systems have a 10-year repair and replacement warranty and are made locally with lithium-ion battery modules.

Remote power: The company has been focusing on providing innovative technology for sheep stations, cattle stations, and rural Australia to reduce reliance on the grid and diesel generators.

Remote power: The company has been focusing on providing innovative technology for sheep stations, cattle stations, and rural Australia to reduce reliance on the grid and diesel generators.

"Systems can be monitored from a mobile device or laptop, with RedEarth also providing remote management ensuring long-term functionality. Our SunRise system and batteries are approved by the CEC which means the battery solution will be eligible for all government grant and subsidy programs," Mr Winter said.

Mr Walker is excited to be bringing more clean and green power to agriculture.

"It's helping people transition away from fossil fuels, and create energy security."

RedEarth's products are the only Australian-made and owned all-in-one systems certified by the Clean Energy Council (CEC). The company is certified under quality standard ISO9001:2015.

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The story Energy security for the land first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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