The specific goal is to connect the thermal battery to a concentrated solar power system based on ENI technology that is then combined with a micro-turbine to create electricity. The installation will then produce renewable steam during the day and over several hours during the night. This process will partly displace steam generated from harmful elements such as fossil fuels systems reports the Norwegian technology firm.
The efforts of both Eni and EnergyNest are addressing and satisfying two needs, the first being the increased demand for energy and the second to reduce emissions in line with agreed energy goals.
This step forward was made possible by the creation of the battery by EnergyNest, an award-winning Norwegian technology company whose goal is to increase the use of renewable energy.
These types of innovations are vital as the world relies heavily on the need for energy with many willing to invest, thus clean options need to be made available. Around Europe, the energy business is expanding, and in most recent reports Cyprus attracts major oil and gas companies in its exclusive economic zone.