CO2emissions from widespread use of fossil fuels in homes, factories and transport are the single biggest contributor to global warming.
The environmental impacts of global warming are increasingly palpable in today’s world, including more frequent and extreme weather and rising sea levels due to the rapid melting of glaciers and ice sheets.
Exergy3 technology can utilise curtailed renewable power by using and storing it at times when energy demand is low and supply is high, by converting it to thermal energy. This stored energy can then be supplied as heat at the high temperatures needed for thermal and industrial processes.
This means Exergy3:
Versus alternative decarbonisation solutions such as hydrogen, carbon capture and electric boilers we are:
8 MWh/module at 1200°C
Minimal daily losses
On a standard ISO container base
Minimal civil engineering works
Compact, easily combinable systems to meet storage requirements
For those uninterruptible
Temperature and flowrate-controlled output conditions
Exergy3’s approach is unusually strong in its ability to address all of these needs: flexibility revenue supporting industrial competitiveness, reduced exposure to energy prices, and “grid-friendly” electrification of industrial heat.