Greener batteries to aid decarbonisation in beer manufacturing
The introduction of green batteries for heating has opened a new chapter in the history of British beer.
The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) department has provided £295,000 to a battery project geared toward decarbonizing industrial processes that rely on high-temperature steam.
Steam systems are currently in use in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, food refining, and pharmaceuticals. According to experts, the process is a major source of their overall carbon impact.
Heat batteries from Caldera will assist with this problem, according to this Southampton company.
Batteries utilising this technology store heat energy with renewable power and release it as high-pressure steam when needed.
The BEIS competition has provided a £295,000 grant to the firm for a feasibility study on how to install thousands of heat batteries in industrial environments.
Batteries will help factories to cut their reliance on fossil fuels.
The investment will assist them in both reducing emissions and saving money on energy expenses, as well as supporting employment by promoting green innovation throughout the UK, according to Energy and Climate Change Minister Greg Hands.
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