The NZTC awarded £8 million to Net Zero technologies as part of the programme. The 20 winning technologies fall into the seven focus areas:
- Carbon capture, utilisation and storage
- Hydrogen and clean fuels
- Renewables and energy storage
- Zero emissions power
- Venting and flaring
- Integrity management
- Late life and decommissioning
We’re thrilled that our CTS technology has been recognised for its ability to transform the way electricity is delivered, addressing the issue of power being lost over long distances. CTS acts as a capacitor and provides capacitive reactance which offsets most of the inductive reactance, reducing losses and leaving very nearly only the resistance.
The programme received applications from 154 businesses across the globe, all of whom are committed to the delivery of our Net Zero ambitions.
Commenting on the announcement, Dominic Quennell, Chief Executive of Enertechnos said: “This is a hugely exciting time for Enertechnos and our ambition to deliver greater network efficiency. Increasing the share of renewables will put pressure on the grid, at a time when we need more electricity for heat and transport. This requires a bold approach to ensure the grid is ready for Net Zero”.