Our latest video shows how our Thermal Battery addresses >50% of greenhouse gas emitters – especially industrial manufacturers (e.g. steel production) and thermal power plants (e.g. OCGTs, EfWs, biomass).
Besides greenhouse gas reduction our Thermal Battery helps deliver great business cases. It does so by enabling a gear-change in a) thermal process efficiency, and b) providing a higher power generation flexibility, which again is the basis for integrating more renewables effectively into the global energy grids.
Also watch our previous film giving a broad overview of the benefits of our Thermal Battery technology.
Yesterday we celebrated the unveiling of our first commercial Thermal Battery module in Europoort, Port of Rotterdam.
A big thank you to Enel, HeidelbergCement, Mebin, Siemens, Eni, Uniper, Apex Heat Transfer, DNV GL, Eneco, Tata Steel, Yara International, Life Size Media, all our team and many other guests for making the event simply amazing!
We are very much looking forward to addressing 50% of global CO2 emitters together – mainly power plants and industrial manufacturing – with this new type of battery.
We’d also like to thank our panellists who discussed innovation in the thermal energy market: Ronel Dielissen-Kleinjans, Managing Director of our Europoort production partner and host for the day, Mebin, Dr Volker Klapperich, Product Manager Foundation Engineering at HeidelbergCement, Valentina Ferrara, Open Innovation, Start-ups and Partnership Global Thermal Generation at Enel, and last but not least Stijn Santen, Dutch energy efficiency ambassador and owner of CO2-Net.