Turning waste into clean energy

Turning waste into clean energy

This article has been written by 1414 Degrees’ Business Development and Marketing Manager – Maretta Layton   In the past 2 years working for this incredibly exciting energy storage start-up I’ve had the opportunity to take in and understand many new...
Quarterly Update: January 2019

Quarterly Update: January 2019

HIGHLIGHTS   TESS can operate as baseload power station   GAS-TESS competitive on functionality and operational costs   Power generators seeking efficiency, lower costs and emissions reduction   R&D focus on further cost reduction from increased scale   TESS unit...
GAS-TESS has arrived on site at SA Water

GAS-TESS has arrived on site at SA Water

The 1414 Degrees GAS-TESS is on target with all key components of the technology now on site at SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment plant. The site work continues as the installation of all mechanical equipment is completed concurrently with electrical and...
TESS-IND commissioning results verified by Bureau Veritas

TESS-IND commissioning results verified by Bureau Veritas

1414 Degrees Limited is pleased to announce that the commissioning of the first TESS-IND has now been verified by Bureau Veritas Asset Integrity and Reliability Services Pty Ltd (‘Bureau Veritas’).   Bureau Veritas reviewed the TESS-IND system operations, measurement...
World-leading energy storage pilot breaks ground at Glenelg

World-leading energy storage pilot breaks ground at Glenelg

The first commercial pilot of a molten silicon energy storage system developed by South Australian innovator, 1414 Degrees, is one step closer to commissioning, with large components of the technology making their way to SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant...