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.
GAS-TESS Virtual Tour
A virtual tour of the GAS-TESS technology located at SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant. Learn how the GAS-TESS came to be and how the technology works.
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.
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.