1414 Degrees plans to save gas refiners money

ADELAIDE’s 1414 Degrees first full quarterly since its initial public offering last year tells of an active three months where it is looking beyond its current flagship pilot project with the state government’s wastewater facility in Glenelg to cutting costs for gas  processing, and to supplying industrial and agricultural clients that include a large-scale duck farm. 

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1414 has ambitious plans for its thermal energy storage system

It's ambitious pipeline for a company still working to get its first project up and running, though its founder told Energy News last year prior to IPO he had been speaking to varied customers from