Ryan Kennedy of PV Magazine writes on Rondo Energy’s high heat batteries.
- Rondo Energy has closed on $22 million in funding for its renewable energy heat battery that is aiming to reduce industrial emissions.
- The battery stores wind and solar energy at temperatures of over 1200° Celsius which can then be used to create products that require high temperatures to be produced, such as cement and steel.
- Globally around 1/3 of emissions can be attributed to industrial processes. Rondo’s innovation could meaningfully reduce emissions for one of the world’s most carbon-intensvie sectors.
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