Molten Salt Storage

  • Tibet´s highly subsidised solar heating market

    Tibet is currently in the focus of the Chinese central government’s efforts to improve the heating situation of the population. The lack of space heating in many buildings in the region, which is subject to a continental climate marked by cold winters, has prompted China’s government to...
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  • Molten salt storage 33 times cheaper than lithium-ion batteries

    Cost-effective energy storage is key to transitioning to a low-carbon society. Energy can be stored in the form of heat or electricity. A popular storage method for high-temperature thermal applications is a molten salt tank. Fact sheets created by the German Energy Storage Association, or...
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  • Zero Carbon Australia Stationary Energy Plan (2010)

    This is the synopsis of a report prepared by Beyond Zero Emissions and the Climate Emergency Network, with the support from Climate Positive. The final version of the report will be launched on 14 July 2010.

    The Zero Carbon Australia 2020 project was conceived to develop a...

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