Transforming the way cities and remote communities do living
Changing the future market for renewable energy globally
Changing the global solar and energy storage landscape
In the 21st century, we believe that energy is a resource that should be accessible to all corners of the globe providing a cost effective, environmentally safe and always exceeding expectations in the delivery of sustainable energy.
The year was 2011 – in a small factory located in the southern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia a tenacious group of Scientists and Engineers began researching, developing and designing a large scale thermal battery that would change the future market for global renewable energy as we know it.
Globally the supply of electricity across residential, commercial and industrial consumers remains a major issue. In addition to the supply concerns, the ‘demand’ element requires a cost effective solution supported by an environmentally sustainable approach.
Enter … RENEWABLE ENERGY
How is this product going to influence and impact the globe?
TED will provide power across many applications and industries including:
- Remote communities
- Mission critical Telecommunication
- Substitute for Diesel Generator Systems
- Micro grids
- Manufacturing / Industrial
- Alternative power supply to Traditional Grid
- Rail Signalling
It’s been a busy few months since the first edition of CCT Energy Storage News. In March, we proudly launched TED (Thermal Energy Device) and we’ve since been busy responding to and discussing with interested businesses the world over about how it could be of use to...
CCT Energy Storage has been a successful recipient of the Future Industries Accelerator (FIA) program, a State Government funding agreement valued at $100k partnering with UniSA to improve and further develop TED. The grant will see UniSA Professors and PhD students...
As energy storage and home battery schemes dominate headlines internationally, thermal energy continues to be a silent achiever. Perhaps one of the oldest technologies known to mankind, thermal energy dates back to the cavemen when ‘hot rocks’ would be used to heat...