Thermo-chemical energy: Uni Newcastle unveils challenge to solar + storage…

09-04-2017 / Category : News

A new competitor has entered the distributed generation market and is taking on solar and battery storage with a twist on co-generation technology that can produce heat, hot water and 24-hour power – as well as oxygen and hydrogen.

Uni Newcastle and Infratech unveil thermo-chemical competitor to rooftop solar and battery storage – apparently able to produce heat, hot water and 24-hour power.

Source: Thermo-chemical energy: Uni Newcastle unveils challenge to solar + storage : Renew Economy

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