1414 moves closer to biogas stored energy project with SA water utility 

ADELAIDE-based 1414 Degrees has begun moving its biogas Thermal Energy Storage System (GAS-TESS) to SA Water’s Glenelg wastewater treatment plant. 

1414 moves closer to biogas stored energy project with SA water utility  1414 moves closer to biogas stored energy project with SA water utility  1414 moves closer to biogas stored energy project with SA water utility  1414 moves closer to biogas stored energy project with SA water utility  1414 moves closer to biogas stored energy project with SA water utility 
At the facility will its GAS-TESSS will use biogas created during wastewater treatment to store energy in molten silicon then return it on demand as both electrical and heat energy.