23rd August 2019 : Industry Update Manufacturing Magazine – Thermal energy game-changer on the cusp of commercialisation

The world is in the midst of an energy transition as conventional power generation is replaced by renewables. Nearly two-thirds of all new power generation capacity added globally in 2018 came from renewable energy while total renewable power generation stood at 2351GW by year end.

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22nd August 2019 : Beer and Brewer – Stone & Wood tests new energy storage system

Produced by 1414 Degrees, the system is expected to eliminate all of Stone & Wood’s gas usage. Instead, using electricity from the grid, the Murwillumbah brewery will heat silicon to a molten level (1414°C, hence the name of the company). The silicon will then be stored and its thermal energy will be used to power the brewery.

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6th August 2019 : Food Processing – Sustainable power pilot study heats up at brewery

Thermal energy storage system (TESS) provider 1414 Degrees and Stone & Wood Brewing Company are undertaking a feasibility study, exploring the the use of 1414 Degrees’ technology at Stone & Wood’s brewery in northern New South Wales.

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2nd August 2019 : The Lead – Leading brewer eyes thermal energy storage system

One of Australia’s leading craft breweries is looking to a cutting edge thermal energy storage system to provide the heat required to make its beer.

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1st August 2019 : Energy Source Distribution – Stone & Wood brewery investigating thermal energy storage

Stone & Wood Brewing Company and thermal energy storage tech company 1414 Degrees have agreed to undertake a feasibility study for the integration of 1414 Degrees’ electrically charged Thermal Energy Storage System (TESS-IND) into the Company’s Murwillumbah brewery in northern New South Wales.

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1st August 2019 : The Advertiser – 1414 Degrees turns attention to energy needs of farmers with new MoU deals

Adelaide company 1414 Degrees enters MoU deals with partners in the agri sector ahead of plans for a SmartFarm in the northern Adelaide plains.

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1st August 2019 : RenewEconomy – 1414 Degrees to test its thermal energy storage with Nectar Farms

Australian clean-tech start-up 1414 Degrees has announced a new project that will pair it with sustainable agriculture pioneer Nectar Farms to test “SmartFarm” applications of its thermal energy storage solution (TESS).

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1st August 2019 : Market Screener – 1414 Degrees: to develop SmartFarm Solution

1414 Degrees (ASX:14D), cleantech company announced that it is partnering with several partners to advance its SmartFarm project that utilizes its thermal energy storage system.

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1st August 2019 : Investing News Network Daily – 1414 Degrees to develop SmartFarm Solution

1414 Degrees (ASX:14D), cleantech company announced that it is partnering with several partners to advance its SmartFarm project that utilizes its thermal energy storage system. 

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1st August 2019 : Ecogeneration – 1414 Degrees eyes Adelaide “smart farm” for grid-scale thermal energy storage

South Australia-based energy storage company 1414 Degrees has partnered with agribusiness and finance partners to identify and develop “smart farm” projects using the company’s thermal energy storage solution (TESS), which recovers energy from molten silicon.

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9th May 2019 : Ecogeneration – Thermal energy battery taps SA Water biogas

Heat is energy, but often it is wasted. The noise, heat and vibrations created in a car’s engine are superfluous to its purpose – turning the wheels – but plenty of petrol is used up generating these useless by-products. 

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3rd May 2019 : Market Screener - 1414 Degrees: begins operating biogas energy storage in Australia

The new thermal energy storage system has been designed to convert biogas from the wastewater treatment plant. The 10MWh storage unit is nearly the size of a 40ft shipping container.

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3rd May 2019 : Industry Update Manufacturing Magazine - Biogas energy storage system launched at wastewater plant

Adelaide energy storage company 1414 Degrees has switched on its first commercial pilot site, a gas thermal energy storage system (GAS-TESS) at the Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant. 

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3rd May 2019 : Energy Magazine - GAS-TESS launch heats up energy storage innovation

Gas has begun flowing from South Australia Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant, the first commercial pilot site that utilises a unique, patented thermal energy storage system (TESS) powered by biogas. 

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2nd May 2019 : Power Technology - 1414 Degrees begins operating biogas energy storage in Australia

Australian company 1414 Degrees has started operations of its thermal energy storage system (TESS) at the Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant in Adelaide.

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2nd May 2019 : Sustainability Matters - New thermal energy storage system launched

A patented thermal energy storage system (TESS) powered by biogas has been launched by 1414 Degrees at SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant, the company’s first commercial pilot site.

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2nd May 2019 : Inside Waste - Wastewater treatment plant uses human waste biogas

Energy storage company 1414 Degrees has switched on its gas thermal energy storage system (TESS) at the Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant in Adelaide, which will use biogas from human waste to store and deliver cheap, renewable energy.

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1st May 2019 : Renewable Energy Magazine - 1414 Degrees launches energy storage system powered by biogas

South Australian energy company 1414 Degrees has begun operation of its patented thermal energy storage system (TESS), powered by biogas, at SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant, the company’s first commercial pilot site.

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1st May 2019 : Informed Infrastructure - Biogas energy storage system launches at wastewater plant

A commercial thermal energy storage system that converts biogas from a wastewater treatment plant has begun operating in South Australia.

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1st May 2019 : Department for Energy and Mining - The burners are on at 1414 Degrees

The Marshall Liberal Government welcomes today’s announcement that Adelaide based company 1414 Degrees is advancing the commissioning of its gas Thermal Energy Storage System (GAS-TESS) at SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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1st May 2019 : Renew Economy – 1414 launches biogas energy storage system at wastewater plant

Energy storage company 1414 Degrees switched on its gas thermal energy storage system (TESS) at the Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant in Adelaide today, its first commercial pilot site. 

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1st May 2019 : ABC News – South Australian pilot program uses human waste biogas to deliver renewable energy

A pilot program in South Australia will use the power of poo — or, technically, biogas from human waste — to store and deliver cheap, renewable energy.

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1st May 2019 : The Advertiser – Glenelg energy plant up and running on biogas from SA Water sewerage works

Residents of the western suburbs can make a daily contribution to reducing costs for SA Water by visiting the smallest room in their house. 

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1st May 2019 : InDaily – Adelaide biogas plant up and running

Biogas has begun flowing from SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant to a unique energy storage project that will enable the sale of electricity back into the grid.

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1st May 2019 : Energy Source and Distribution – Thermal energy storage system launches in Glenelg

South Australian energy innovator 1414 Degrees strides ahead with its unique patented thermal energy storage system (TESS) powered by biogas. 

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29th March 2019 : Stockhead – Energy: 1414 installs world’s first biogas powered thermal energy storage system

1414 Degrees (ASX:14D) has installed the world’s first biogas powered thermal energy storage system. In December, the company kicked off a commercial pilot of its GAS-TESS system at South Australia’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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7th March 2019 : Electrical Connection – Putting the heat on storage

South Australian energy storage company 1414 Degrees has developed a new technology to store electricity as thermal energy. The innovation is called the Thermal Energy Storage System (TESS), which uses electricity to heat silicon containers and then recover the energy stored to make electricity and heat.

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8th February 2019 : Australian Financial Review – SA Water trials 1414 Degrees’ black box in search for cleaner, cheaper energy

In a newly laid concrete apron at SA Water’s Glenelg treatment plant, a bold experiment in the future of energy is taking shape. Engineers are assembling a blue-grey steel box about the size of a 12-metre shipping container. 

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23rd January 2019 : Australian Engineering OnLine – 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 (ASX:14D), is one step closer to commissioning, with large components of the technology making their way to SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant this week.

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15th January 2019 : Energy News Bulletin – Adelaide heat energy newcomer 1414 Degrees receives Bureau Veritas cert

IT’S a happy week for energy companies receiving their long-awaited certifications with CNG shipping hopeful Global Energy Ventures getting the sign off from ABS yesterday for its ship design and Adelaide start up 1414 Degrees getting certification from Bureau Veritas. 

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14th December 2018 : The Advertiser – 1414 Degrees will start the first commercial pilot of its energy storage technology in March

Close to a decade after a group of Adelaide investors backed an ambitious plan to solve the world’s energy storage problem, a pivotal milestone is in sight for their innovative technology.

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14th December 2018 : Energy Storage News – 1414 Degrees kicks off molten silicon storage project in Australia

Work is underway on an energy storage project in South Australia that will use biogas to generate power to be stored in modules of molten silicon, from startup 1414 Degrees. 

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14th December 2018 : Energy Magazine – SA’s Thermal Energy Storage System one step closer

Large components of the first commercial pilot of a molten silicon energy storage system are on their way to SA Water’s Glenelg WasteWater Treatment Plant.

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12th December 2018 : Australian Energy Storage Alliance – 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 (ASX:14D), is one step closer to commissioning, with large components of the technology making their way to SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant this week.

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12th December 2018 : Renew Economy – 1414 Degrees’ molten silicon biogas energy storage system set for trial in S.A

South Australia continues to build on its track record of pioneering cutting edge renewable energy technologies, as the components of a world-leading, Adelaide-made molten silicon energy storage system make their way to their destination at a waste-water treatment plant.

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12th December 2018 : Utility Magazine – Reducing wastewater plant energy consumption

The commissioning of the first commercial pilot of a molten silicon energy storage system is moving forward, with components of the technology on route to SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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12th December 2018 : EcoGeneration – Energy storage from biogas one-step closer

The first commercial pilot of a molten silicon energy storage system developed by South Australian based-company, 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 this week.

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12th December 2018 : Sustainability Matters – Energy storage system to be piloted as SA Water

A molten silicon energy storage system developed by South Australian innovator 1414 Degrees is about to undergo a commercial pilot, with large components of the technology making their way to SA Water’s Glenelg wastewater treatment plant this week.

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12th December 2018 : PACE – Commissioning of pilot molten silicon energy storage system moves a step closer

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 this week.

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12th December 2018 : Stockhead – SA Water taps 1414 Degrees for its molten silicon storage tech

Experimental battery tech company 1414 Degrees will deploy its molten silicon energy storage technology in South Australia in a debut commercial pilot.

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17th September 2018 : PACE – Energy storage company lists on Australian stock exchange

South Australian energy storage company 1414 Degrees will start trading on the Australian Securities Exchange from tomorrow after raising $16.3 million as part of its IPO.

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12th September 2018 : Proactive Investors Australia – 1414 Degrees lists on ASX to further market energy storage technology

1414 Degrees Ltd (ASX:14D) has begun trading on the Australian Securities Exchange today after raising $16.3 million through an initial public offering (IPO).

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12th September 2018 : Australian Financial Review – Silicon storage firm 1414 Degrees slides on ASX debut

Kevin Moriarty, chairman of 1414 Degrees, said the energy storage firm’s 35 per cent slide on its ASX debut was disappointing and patience would be needed for shareholders to realise the full potential of the molten silicon technology.

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12th September 2018 : SmartCompany – Silicon energy storage startup 1414 Degrees to list on ASX today after $16.3 million IPO

South Australian energy storage startup 1414 Degrees will start trading on the Australian Securities Exchange today after raising $16.3 million as part of its IPO.

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11th September 2018 : The Advertiser – Adelaide renewable energy company to list on the share market after raising more than $16 million

Adelaide energy storage company 1414 Degrees will list on the ASX tomorrow after raising more than $16 million in an initial public offer.

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11th September 2018 : The Lead South Australia – Energy storage company lists on Australian Stock Exchange

South Australian energy storage company 1414 Degrees will start trading on the Australian Securities Exchange from tomorrow after raising $16.3 million as part of its IPO.

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Spring 2018 : Mergermarket – 1414 Degrees in talks to commercialise technology via JVs – chairman

1414 Degrees, an Australian silicon energy storage device maker, is currently in talks with potential joint venture (JV) partners to make its technology makertable, Executive Chairman Dr Kevin Moriarty said.

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Spring 2018 : Electrical Connection – Putting the heat on storage

South Australian energy storage company 1414 Degrees has developed a new technology to store electricity as thermal energy.

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3rd July 2018 : The Australian – 1414 Degrees: Elevated risks in energy hopeful

First things first: why is this company called 1414 Degrees? It’s the melting point of silicon.

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24th June 2018 : Australian Financial Review – 1414 Degrees IPO back on track after ASIC delays

Despite a month-long delay following queries by ASIC, silicon battery firm 1414 Degrees believes it is back on track with its $50 million initial public offering.

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12th June 2018 : Australian Financial Review – Silicon storage group 1414 Degrees’ focus on heat placates ASIC

When silicon storage start-up 1414 Degrees’ prospectus for its public float and capital raising of up to $50 million emerged from the securities regulator’s review process two weeks ago, the introductory letter from chairman Kevin Moriarty contained some prominent new words.

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22nd May 2018 : The Lead South Australia – Renewable energy leaders meet in South Australia to discuss storage trends

International industry leaders in renewable energy and storage will meet in Adelaide this week for the 2018 Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition.

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16th May 2018 : Electrical Comms Data Online – Energy storage beyond batteries

The last few years have seen a significant increase in renewables and their implementation into the grid. 

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8th May 2018 : Industry Update Manufacturing Magazine – Energy storage solution beats out Lithium

South Australian energy storage company 1414 degrees has launched a bid to go public, aiming to finalise its energy storage technology. 

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4th May 2018 : Australian Financial Review – Silicon battery firm 1414 Degrees float to reward patient founders

A tight group of Adelaide investors who backed silicon battery pioneer 1414 Degrees through a decade of hard slog will see their stakes valued at $16.5 million when the company floats on the ASX.

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2nd May 2018 : Energy Magazine – SA energy storage company lodges IPO

Australian energy company 1414 Degrees is going public with its silicon energy storage technology after almost a decade and $15 million spent on its development.  

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1st May 2018 : Renew Economy – Energy storage company 1414 launches IP, plans 250MWh module

South Australian energy storage company 1414 degrees has launched a bid to go public and raise up to A$50 million to fast track its operations.

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1st May 2018 : Energy News Bulletin– 1414 Degrees issues prospectus, tips hot IPO

The Adelaide-based company is offering shares at 35 cents each and proposes to raise a minimum of $30 million.

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1st May 2018 : Renew Economy – 1414 Degrees float heats up national energy market

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1st May 2018 : Energy Storage News – Australia’s molten silicon storage tech player 1414 guns for AU$50 million IPO

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1st May 2018 : Renewables Now – Energy storage firm 1414 Degrees targets up to USD 38m in IPO

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1st May 2018 : The Lead SA – Energy storage company launches bid to raise up to $50 million

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1st May 2018 : Adelaide Now – 1414 Degrees will raise up to $50 million before listing on the ASX

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24th April 2018 : Energy Source and Distribution – 1414 Degrees inks storage deal with poultry plant

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19th April 2018 : Renew Economy – Australian poultry farmer taps homegrown silicon energy storage

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18th April 2018 : Australian Financial Review – Silicon Battery firm 1414 Degrees ups IPO to $40m-$50m

 

Silicon battery developer 1414 Degrees has increased its capital raising target to as much as $50 million after investors said they wanted to chip in enough to help “change the landscape of the way people think about energy”.

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17th April 2018 : One Step Off The Grid – Australian poultry farmer taps homegrown silicon energy storage

South Australian energy storage outfit 1414 Degrees is set install a 25MWh demonstration of its home grown Thermal Energy Storage System (TESS) at the NSW processing plant of national poultry producer, Pepe’s Ducks.

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16th April 2018 : Sustainability Matters – Silicon thermal storage supporting renewables in the grid

The last few years have seen a significant increase in renewables and their implementation into the grid. However, the intermittent nature of solar and wind power has been a major roadblock to the uptake of renewable energy.

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14th April 2018 : Australian Financial Review – Silicon battery group in $30m IPO to power Pepe’s Ducks

Pioneering Adelaide-based silicon battery group 1414 Degrees is seeking $30 million in a public float to fund pilot projects at a poultry processor in NSW and SA Water.

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29th March 2018 : Energy News Bulletin – 1414 Degrees offering another storage solution

ADELAIDE-based 1414 Degrees will be showing South Australia that energy storage doesn’t begin and end with Tesla at the Energy Storage Conference next month. 

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21st March 2018 : Ecogeneration – The rise of silicon thermal

Silicon thermal energy storage systems are more compact than batteries and have the lowest levelised cost compared to any other form of storage. 

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20th March 2018 : PACE – The rise of silicon thermal

Silicon thermal energy storage systems are more compact than batteries and have the lowest levelised cost compared to any other form of storage, according to Dr Kevin Moriarty, executive chairman at 1414 Degrees.

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19th March 2018 : Utility Magazine – Groundbreaking new energy storage solution: the rise of silicon thermal

Silicon thermal energy storage systems are more compact than batteries and have the lowest levelised cost compared to any other form of storage, according to Dr Kevin Moriarty, Executive Chairman at 1414 Degrees.

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19th March 2018 : Energy Magazine – Groundbreaking new energy storage solution: the rise of silicon thermal

Silicon thermal energy storage systems are more compact than batteries and have the lowest levelised cost compared to any other form of storage, according to Dr Kevin Moriarty, Executive Chairman at 1414 Degrees.

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23rd February 2018 : InDaily – Storage charge the key to affordable green energy, says industry leader

The key to a reliable, green, decentralised and affordable electricity system is to add a new energy storage charge to every power bill, an SA energy industry leader has told InDaily.

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12th February 2018 : Climate Control News – South Australia gets serious about thermal energy

Energy storage company 1414 Degrees has opened a new factory and commenced building its first commercial system before listing on the Australian Stock Exchange next month.

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22nd December 2017 : SA Water – Poo puts downward pressure on power costs

SA Water will trial new silicon thermal energy storage technology at its Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant next year, in an effort to further increase its energy self-sufficiency and contribute to the corporation’s goal of achieving zero net electricity costs by 2020.

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19th December 2017 : Climate Control News – Thermal energy storage technology gets commercial support

Energy storage company 1414 Degrees has opened a new factory and will begin building its first commercial system this month before listing on the Australian Stock Exchange in early 2018.

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29th November 2017 : Renew Economy – S.A. provides funds for four “next wave”energy storage projects

South Australia has announced the first winners of its “next wave” energy storage tender, with four different projects to get a total of $8 million funding through the $150 million Renewable Technology Fund.

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22nd November 2017 : The Lead South Australia – Production heats up for renewable energy storage company

Energy storage company 1414 Degrees has opened a new factory and will begin building its first commercial system next month before listing on the Australian Stock Exchange in early 2018.

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22nd September 2017 : Australian Financial Review – Silicon battery firm 1414 Degrees defers IPO to build 400MWh units

Silicon battery pioneer 1414 Degrees has raised $2.5 million in new capital and deferred its initial public offering until next year to complete the construction of larger storage units and pursue projects that have emerged from talks with funders.

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13th September 2017 : The Lead South Australia – Storm stirs renewable energy investment in South Australia

A year on from a storm that blacked out the entire state, South Australia has emerged from the electricity crisis to strengthen its position as a global leader in renewable energy.

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28th August 2017 : The Advertiser – 1414 Degrees to bid for slice of State Government’s renewable energy scheme for silicon storage power plant

AN Adelaide company says it could help cut SA’s soaring power bills by 30 per cent if it was given the green light by a new State Government renewable energy fund.

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7th August 2017 : Department of Industry, Innovation and Science – $5 million to push Australian innovations towards commercial reality

A process to convert waste plastics into fuel and chemicals, a fashion fitting solution for online shoppers and a new energy storage system are among eight Australian innovations to share in $5 million to help them become commercial reality.

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26th June 2017 : The Lead South Australia – Silicon energy storage technology scales up for commercial production

One of the most abundant elements on earth is being used to create an energy storage system that can heat homes as well as store electricity.

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11th April 2017 : The Advertiser – Silicon storage ‘better than batteries’ — and cheaper says Adelaide company 1414 Degrees

An innovative Adelaide company has attracted private investment from the other side of the world as it edges closer to a public float that will help fund large-scale energy storage systems.

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6th April 2017 : The Guardian – Salt, Silicon Or Graphite: Energy Storage Goes Beyond Lithium Ion Batteries

Between the political bickering following a spate of blackouts in South Australia and the billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk tweeting that he had a fix, and then the South Australian government announcing that it will build a grid-connected battery storage facility, interest in renewable energy storage has never been higher.

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5th April 2017 : EcoGeneration – Storage debate heats up, but will it reach 1414 Degrees?

Batteries may be getting plenty of attention in the mainstream media, what with Tesla’s Elon Musk and Atlassian’s Mike Cannon-Brookes tweeting each other in enthusiasm about South Australia’s plan for 100MW of storage, but that doesn’t mean the technology is mature.

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13th March 2017 : Australian Financial Review – Silicon Battery Firm 1414 Degrees Ignores Tesla, Snowy Hydro blitz for IPO

The Adelaide firm that claims its pioneering silicon storage device can displace lithium ion batteries is brushing off the Tesla, Snowy Hydro publicity blitz and accelerating plans for a $10 million mid-year IPO and commercial rollout later this year.

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5th March 2017 : The Australian – Storage is part of the solution to our energy security woes, not coal

An Adelaide-based start-up may have solved the problem of renewable energy’s intermittency – with very hot silicon.

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3rd March 2017 : Australian Financial Review – Silicon battery firm 1414 Degrees shuns patents to keep trade secrets

Some local inventors are shunning patents – preferring to keep at least some aspects of their inventions secret.

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20th February 2017 : ABC News – The role of emerging technologies in energy market

The reliability of renewable energy generators is the focus of a Senate select committee in Adelaide today. The committee, established after South Australia’s state-wide black out last year, is looking at how the country’s electricity infrastructure is adapting to the changing environment. 

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20th February 2017 : IFL Science – New Battery Technologies Developed That Don’t Need Rare Materials

The race to find new ways to store electricity has some new and surprising entrants. Two new arrivals have the advantage of using extremely common elements, making them potentially very cheap to build. 

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20th February 2017 : Manufacturers’ Monthly – Frydenberg blows away renewable energy ‘myths’

The government is considering changing the Clean Energy Finance Corporation’s (CEFC) legislated rules to allow it to fund less intermittent sources of energy due to ongoing concerns with the ability of the national energy grid to handle intermittent sources of energy.

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20th February 2017 : Talking Technology – Energy storage units with huge storage capacity

Dr Kevin Moriarty is the Executive Chairman of 1414 Degrees and he chats to Trevor Long and Nick Bennett about their molten silicon storage units that are capable of storing 36 times more energy than lithium ion batteries and can be built at a fraction of the price.

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13th February 2017 : Manufacturers’ Monthly – 1414 Degrees develops silicon battery with cheaper storage cost

An Adelaide manufacturer, 1414 Degrees, has developed a silicon battery it claims costs a tenth as much as a lithium ion battery to store the same energy, according to a report by AFR.

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13th February 2017 : Australian Financial Review – First renewable energy accelerator launches in NSW

The country’s first energy accelerator is launching in Sydney, promising to support entrepreneurs striving to commercialise renewable and advanced energy solutions to the national energy crisis.

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10th February 2017 : Australian Financial Review – Silicon will blow lithium batteries out of the water says Adelaide firm

An Adelaide company has developed a silicon storage device that it claims costs a tenth as much as a lithium ion battery to store the same energy and is eyeing a $10 million public float

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10th February 2017 : The Advertiser – Energy idea aims to store success as it plans beyond current prototype

An Adelaide company developing energy storage technology is readying itself for an Australian Stock Exchange listing.

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