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Visit to Sunamp Heat Batteries, Macmerry, East Lothian


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Innovative technology to store energy. Presentation and tour of facilities

Date and Time

11 October 2017 - 17:30-19:00


Macmerry, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - Scotland:South East local network.

About this event

Renewable energy has huge potential to become the dominant source of energy in the economy, however the inherent intermittency of most renewable sources represents a huge weakness. It is universally accepted that energy storage is the key to overcoming this.

Sunamp designs, produces and sells non-toxic, compact highly efficient Heat Batteries that store energy as heat when that energy is available and releasing it when needed.
This is achieved at lower cost and higher efficiency than competing technologies (e.g. electrical batteries, hydrogen electrolysis or fuel cells). This is a totally new way of storing energy, developed in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh School of Chemistry and then perfected at Sunamp laboratories.


Evening visit at 5.30pm

Additional information

Organised by SERMS (Scotland South East Retired Members Section)
For further information contact Frank McCall

Registration information

Registration is required.



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