1414 Degrees’ gas fired thermal energy storage system (GAS-TESS) is the first technology in the world to solve the issue of effectively storing biogas as thermal energy to produce heat and electricity on demand. Watch the journey so far.


Construction of the GAS-TESS

Watch the full construction of the GAS-TESS site at Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant.

GAS-TESS move to SA Water

Watch as large components of the first commercial pilot of the GAS-TESS making their way to SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Executive Chairman Update

1414 Degrees’ Executive Chairman, Dr. Kevin Moriarty provides an update on the GAS-TESS progress.

Feedback from the Australian Govt

Larry Lopez, the Director of Accelerating Commercialisation flew out from Canberra to visit our biogas fired Thermal Energy Storage System (GAS-TESS) site at SA Water and view the progress.

GAS-TESS Launch with the SA Minister

On Wednesday 1st of May, South Australian Minister for Energy and Mining, Dan van Holst Pellekaan, launched the GAS-TESS.