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 (SAPN). This is expected to occur in late November when the Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant is scheduled to begin generating electricity from its gas engines, solar PV and the GAS-TESS to enable export to the National Electricity Market (NEM).
In preparation for the SAPN testing and verification SA Water required all generation devices to be integrated into an upgraded plant control system.
14D will continue to provide progress updates to the market as the connection proceeds.