This week we start in the world of batteries, where fundraising and personnel moves are helping startups pivot and expand in the nascent industry.
Ryan Hanley has left Tesla where he was director of grid services to join Advanced Microgrid Solutions as chief product officer. The behind-the-meter battery provider recently raised $34 million in a Series B to expand into new markets outside California, and to scale up its Armada software to integrate buildings and batteries to be grid resources.
Australian flow battery company Redflow has a new CEO to replace Simon Hackett, who spent the past year refocusing the company. Richard Aird will move from COO to CEO. The firm raised about $11 million earlier this year and pulled out of the U.S. and European markets to focus on Oceania and South Africa.
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