Biogas storage system installed in Australia
Energy storage company 1414 Degrees announced that it has completed the mechanical installation of a biogas-powered thermal storage system, GAS-TESS.
The firm revealed that the electrical installation is set to be completed in a week.
GAS-TESS will be taking on biogas from the SA Water Glenelg wastewater treatment plant.
After all phases of installation are complete, the 1414 Degrees team will be testing, modifying and verifying aspects of the system, including connection approvals from South Australian Power Network. (SAPN).
“The GAS-TESS is doing something that batteries are not capable of doing,” 1414 Degrees chairman Kevin Moriarty told Stockhead regarding the project.
“The TESS technology addresses the underappreciated need for heat power in utilities such as SA Water and industry. Most industries need more heat power than electric power and the ability to deliver this heat is unique to 1414 Degrees.”