New pilot plant provides ‘energy on demand’
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Sydney-based Infratech Industries and the University of Newcastle’s Priority Research Centre for Frontier Energy Technologies and Utilisation are ready to unveil what they describe as the world’s first ‘energy on demand’ power plant - the Chemical Looping Energy on Demand System (CLES). They have built a pilot CLES plant in Newcastle, New South Wales, with the capacity to produce energy for 30 average homes, and aim to have refrigerator-sized plants ready to install in individual homes within 18 months. Infratech has already gained notice for its floating solar power projects, which have been installed in both Australia and the United…
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