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Thermal energy storage technology gets commercial support
2017/12/28
27 December 2017
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.
 
The South Australian company has spent almost a decade developing its Thermal Energy Storage System (TESS) technology to store electricity as thermal energy by heating and melting containers full of silicon at a cost estimated to be up to 10 times cheaper than lithium batteries.

1414 Degrees has moved into a 3000sq m factory on the site of the former Mitsubishi engine plant in the southern Adelaide suburb of Lonsdale where it will build its first 10MWh TESS-IND system and the first 13.3MWh test cell for a 200MWh TESS-GRID system.
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