The energy industry is in transition and storage is integral to keeping the lights on in a renewable energy future.
1414 Degrees’ large scale storage solutions will solve the threats of uncertain supply and high prices by addressing both heat and electrical energy needs for a clean, sustainable future.
This breakthrough technology is set to disrupt energy storage globally because it provides energy in the form most used in the world – heat.
1414 Degrees acquiring Aurora Project near Port Augusta
1414 Degrees (ASX:14D) is set to acquire SolarReserve Australia II Pty Ltd, which owns the Aurora Solar Energy Project near Port Augusta in South Australia and two solar sites in New South Wales.
The Aurora Solar Energy Project has SA Government development approval for a 70 MW solar PV farm and 150 MW of generation from a concentrated solar thermal plant (CST). South Australian company, 1414 Degrees proposes to use the site to pilot its world leading TESS-GRID technology. The electricity firming services will be developed to similar scale as the previous project.
Energy storage innovation heating up with GAS-TESS launch
South Australian energy innovator 1414 Degrees strides ahead with its unique patented thermal energy storage system (TESS) powered by biogas. The gas started flowing today from SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant, the company’s first commercial pilot site.
South Australian Minister for Energy and Mining, Dan van Holst Pellekaan, launched the GAS-TESS by releasing the biogas from the wastewater digestors.
What is 1414 Degrees?
1414 Degrees technology is set for global growth, stabilising renewables to make clean energy available to all, at all times.
1414 Degrees’ patented Thermal Energy Storage Solution (TESS) takes in electricity or biogas, stores it as heat and discharges both heat and electricity in the proportions required. The TESS provides an alternative to gas, coal or electricity for process heat, enabling low cost carbon reduction using renewable energy sources.
Our technology is the first of its kind – no other solution is delivering heat and electrical energy at the scale and low cost of 1414 Degrees. It is unique in its combination of versatility, scalability and sustainability.
a patented thermal energy storage system (TESS) storing energy as latent heat in molten silicon
sizing of systems from 10 to 1000’s of megawatt hours for grid, off-grid and co-generation sites
benign environmental impact and carbon footprint reduction
low maintenance, low cost and low impact compared to lithium-ion batteries
Silicon stores energy at 1414°C providing maximum efficiency of energy output
the use of abundantly available silicon ensures its sustainability and its affordability
TESS can be located in any climate, in any location. It is suitable for grid, off-grid and co-generation installations
wide range of uses in district heating, industrial complexes and shopping centres as well as grids
Access to energy should be as simple as flicking a switch. Our goal is to make clean, affordable energy available to all, at all times.
Distributed within grids with high renewable penetration, 1414 Degrees’ solutions will stabilise networks while providing lower cost energy for industry.
1414 Degrees is developing joint ventures to commercialise its technology, incorporating generation, thermal storage and industry with heat energy requirements.
1414 Degrees is pleased to report that its GAS-TESS has been successfully recommissioned in preparation for power export to the grid. It was heated to operating temperature and the turbine was run ready for verification testing and witnessing by SA Power Networks...
- SPP has closed over target with approximate total of $3.1 million - Approximately 26m new shares will be issued on Wednesday, 21st of October 1414 Degrees is pleased to advise that the Company’s Share Purchase Plan (SPP) has closed with an approximate total...
1414 Degrees wishes to advise that the closing date for its Share Purchase Plan (SPP) has been extended to 5pm (ACST) Monday 12 October 2020. The Company has received a number of enquiries from shareholders interested in participating in the SPP who have not yet...