20 February 2018

1414 Degrees expands into 2018

It has been a strong start to 2018 for 1414 Degrees as we progress product development, corporate consolidation, and preparation for ASX listing.

Ten people have been employed in January, including Head of Legal, Human Resources Manager and a Project Manager.

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31 January 2018

Quarterly Update: January 2018


The fourth quarter of 2017 saw a significant consolidation of 1414 Degrees’ portfolio, increasing our readiness for an IPO.

This includes a collaboration with SA Water, on a more than $4 million investment, including a $1.6 million grant from the South Australian Government, to develop a variation of our technology to burn the waste methane from the Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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13 January 2018

ASX in-principle approval

Following a detailed submission to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), 1414 Degrees has received approval in-principle to proceed with submitting an ASX Listing application. Accordingly, we are drafting a prospectus and aim to submit it to ASIC in March 2018. The ASX code ‘14D’ has been reserved with ASX.

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5 December 2017

1414 Degrees receives $1.6 million Renewable Technology Fund Grant

We are delighted to be among the first recipients of funding provided through the South Australian Government’s Renewable Technology Fund. We applaud the commitment by our state to delivering world leading energy storage solutions to consumers, and look forward to commencing work immediately. 

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26 October 2017

Quarterly Update: October 2017

There has been an extraordinary amount of activity over the last quarter and below we highlight key developments and Executive Chairman Dr Kevin Moriarty provides his review.



  • $8.4m in IPO funds promised by cornerstone investors following $2.5m seed raise
  • IPO in preparation for early 2018
  • 3000 square metre R&D facility leased for build of 10MWh TESS-IND and test cell of TESS-GRID

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9 October 2017

Delivering technology that meets the needs of South Australia  

“Storage is the answer and the key to all our problems”. This comes from Minister Koutsantonis at his announcement of over 60 applications to the Renewable Technology Fund. We were pleased to join him today at the press conference for this announcement, where we announced our own three proposals for the Fund.

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25 September 2017

September Update

1414 Degrees has recently undertaken a private capital raising targeted at cornerstone investors, securing $2.5 million at 15c per share in pre-Initial Public Offering (pre-IPO) funding from across the globe.

Many of these investors have also reserved an allocation of shares in our upcoming IPO.

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28 August 2017

1414 Degrees to bid for slice of State Government’s renewable energy scheme for silicon storage power plant

Our aim to bid for a slice of the SA Government’s renewable energy scheme to bring storage and stability to the energy market has made the news.

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24 August 2017

Silicon Thermal Energy Storage set to disrupt the market

With summer fast approaching – and with it the likely onset of Australia’s next raft of power outages – governments and consumers across the nation are looking for solutions to the country’s energy crisis.

And heavily overlaying the outage issue is the fact Australian businesses and households are paying among the highest prices in the world to draw power from a grid that isn’t as effective as it could be.

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9 August 2017

$5 million to push Australian innovations towards commercial reality

A process to convert waste plastics into fuel and chemicals, a fashion fitting solution for online shoppers and a new energy storage system are among eight Australian innovations to share in $5 million to help them become commercial reality.

The assistance under the Entrepreneurs’ Programme Accelerating Commercialisation element will help turn the business’ good ideas into marketable products through market trials, upscaling, proving new technology, and connecting with markets.

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