NEWS FROM 1414 DEGREES 

Wastewater Treatment: Turning waste to clean energy

This article has been written by 1414 Degrees' Business Development and Marketing Manager - Maretta Layton In the past 2 years working for this incredibly exciting energy storage start-up I’ve had the opportunity to take in and understand many new concepts around...

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Quarterly Update: January 2019

HIGHLIGHTS  TESS can operate as baseload power station  GAS-TESS competitive on functionality and operational costs  Power generators seeking efficiency, lower costs and emissions reduction  R&D focus on further cost reduction from increased scale  TESS unit cost...

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GAS-TESS arrives at SA Water Wastewater Treatment Plant

The 1414 Degrees GAS-TESS is on target with all key components of the technology now on site at SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment plant. The site work continues as the installation of all mechanical equipment is completed concurrently with electrical and...

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New Appointments

We are pleased to advise that 1414 Degrees has appointed Dr Jordan Parham as Chief Operating Officer to lead the next phase in the Company’s development. Dr Parham will commence with the Company on 14 January 2019 from his current role as CEO of FCT Combustion’s...

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Quarterly Update: October 2018

  Quarterly Update 1414 Degrees Limited (ASX:14D) is pleased to provide its third quarter 2018 update.   HIGHLIGHTS $16.3 million IPO and ASX listing 10MWh TESS-IND first stage commissioning results better than anticipated November construction start agreed with SA...

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SA Water GAS-TESS announced to move late November

1414 Degrees Limited and SA Water have signed the Project Development Agreement (‘PDA’), to commence construction for the Company’s GAS-TESS device at SA Water’s Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant. This is the first installation of a 1414 Degrees product at a...

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1414 Degrees (ASX:14D) makes large scale energy storage for networks and industries. Its combined heat and power (CHP) solutions fill a critical gap in energy storage.