PV & Grid Electricity to supply saturated steam to Tempo, one of Israel’s largest producers and distributors of beverages for brands including Heineken and Pepsi. bGen ZERO will be installed at Tempo’s beverage plant in Netanya to generate sustainable process steam using off-peak electricity and solar PV, mitigating over 6,200 tons of carbon emissions each year
BGen ZERO, power-to-heat TES to replace HFO boilers.
The TES is charged from grid electricity at off-peak hours and produces saturated steam and hot water around the clock 24/7/365
The TES offers flexible operation of a thermal power plant. Providing energy shifting, storing excess energy during off-peak, and dispatching steam for power generation during peak hours. The TES reduces start-up times and greater speed in load variation
New York Power Authority
Storage based CHP to University campus Decoupling Thermal generation from electric generation allows optimal utilization of fuel and emission reduction
Biomass fueled thermal storage supplies hot air to an industrial plant Increasing fuel efficiency by having a TES buffer and reducing biomass burning to an average instead of peak
Heat recovery of exhaust gases from existing generators Utilizing waste heat to charge the TES and deliver hot water according to demand