EnergiVault 00000001 Now Operational In Quotient Sciences

1. EnergiVault 0000001 has now been shipped, installed and is operating successfully at Quotient Sciences. This is a major milestone – taking a proof-of-concept product and building a demonstration unit that is also capable of replication and commercial sale is no mean feat – complex engineering challenges have been overcome, designs have been optimised, installation requirements […]

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Why O-Hx will sell 10 EnergiVaults this year and will go onto sell and dominate the CTES market worldwide

O-Hx is due to go live on Crowdcube for their Series A Raise. To download an IM directly from O-Hx or to Pre-register with Crowdcube and assure your allocation in the Crowdcube raise please click below: To introduce other investors that may be interested or want to hear about Organic Heat Exchangers, please sign up […]

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EIS Qualifying – O-Hx Due Live On Crowdcube – Investigate and Reserve Your Allocation

O-Hx is due to go live on Crowdcube for their Series A Raise. O-Hx originally raised £750,000 including a Grant in Q2 2022, to build the first EnergiVault and install it as a commercial demonstrator in an independent business premises. They have done exactly this and intend to now scale production with help from other […]

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Organic Heat Exchangers Launches SERIES A – EIS Funding Round

Organic Heat Exchangers Ltd (O-Hx), has launched its Series A EIS Qualifiying Funding Round for £1,000,000 and is now 27% through the required seeding raise. Organic Heat Exchangers is the inventor of EnergiVault; a revolutionary Industrial Scale, Hybrid Cooling and Energy Storage System, that can reduce cooling costs and carbon emissions by more than 50%. […]

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EU Electricity Market Design ‘needs to value energy storage and other flexibility options’

European Union (EU) reforms of electricity market design should recognise the value of flexibility options like energy storage, according to representatives of Fluence. The EU yesterday opened a public consultation into its planned reformation, aimed at addressing vulnerabilities laid bare by last year’s energy crisis and the resulting soaring cost of consumer bills. The reform […]

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UK Net zero review braces for growing mechanical cooling demand

Review of government’s net zero carbon plans estimates that the risk of increased temperatures and demand for data centres will see growing interest in mechanical cooling systems A predicted rise in average UK temperatures resulting from climate change will put growing pressure on national energy supplies to power cooling systems.  The warning has been made […]

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