Energy storage into salt

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SaltX Berlin pilot plant shows very prom...

, 12.10.2019 22:00:24

SaltX Berlin pilot plant shows very promising results https://news.cision.com/saltx-technology-holding-ab/r/saltx-berlin-pilot-plant-shows-very-promising-results,c2908570

SaltX pilot will be built and financed b...

, 25.10.2019 18:32:08

SaltX pilot will be built and financed by new Chinese partner! Shuangliang will build and develop an energy storage pilot in China. “We believe that the chemical heat storage solution developed by SaltX Technology has many advantages. Shuangliang is currently in discussions with leading Chinese state- owned enterprises such as Power China and State Grid Corporation of China to commercialize SaltX EnerStore as soon as the verification of the pilot is successful. Our customers have clearly expressed interest in chemical heat storage.”- says Minghua Yu, CEO of Shuangliang.

INERCO Ingeniería, Tecnología y Consul...

, 25.10.2019 19:46:53

INERCO Ingeniería, Tecnología y Consultoría enters a Strategic Business Alliance Agreement with the energy storage company SaltX Technology – listed on Nasdaq First North Premier –. The partners enter a joint development plan where the first step is to build a pre-commercial pilot in Megawatt scale during 2020. INERCO has a strong reputation within thermal power generation engineering and technology. The Energy Storage system to be designed will be charged using a non-dispatchable renewable energy or high temperature waste heat. This system will also allow a controlled discharge in periods of high energy demand, as decarbonised high temperature heat (producing steam for electricity generation or heat for direct industrial use). The goal is to lower the dependency on fossil fuels and increase the flexibility of thermal and renewable power plants. The partners have also agreed to a road map for commercialising the solution. The target markets for the alliance will initially be Spain, Portugal, Central and South America and Mexico. INERCO will be responsible for the development of the first pilot and will also lead the funding of it. “INERCO finds relevant advantages in nanocoated salts for thermochemical energy storage, which have led us to establish a strong partnership with SaltX. The future of the energy sector undoubtedly implies the use of robust and cost-effective energy storage solutions to be integrated with hybridised conventional and renewable energy sources. SaltX´s nanocoated salts present intrinsic advantages with respect to systems based on other energy storage principles, such as those using molten salts, concrete, or electric batteries, due to their improved energy efficiency, management and safety characteristics. With this technological approach INERCO is convinced about finding competitive solutions for the new decarbonised energy scenario related to both power generation and energy intensive industries”, says Pedro Marín, CEO of INERCO.

Steinmüller Engineering signs joint dev...

, 25.10.2019 20:03:33

Steinmüller Engineering signs joint development agreement with SaltX As Germany has started with the ‘’Energiewende’’, a program for the transition from fos‐ sil fuel to renewables, energy storage is becoming a key technology. SaltX Technology, listed on Nasdaq FNP, has developed and patented an energy stor‐ age system based on nano-coated salt (NCS). A test plant with a 10 MWh storage ca‐ pacity is in operation already at the Vattenfall heat and power plant in Berlin. For detailed information follow the link SaltX In order to further explore and develop the practical application of this new technology, SaltX and Steinmüller Engineering have signed a joint development agreement and plan to build a pre-commercial pilot plant in 2020. We see that the SaltX proprietary technology is a very promising addition to our own en‐ ergy storage solutions and a perfect match with concentrated solar power plants

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