Making renewables a reliable option for industrial heat

Listen in to learn how storing energy as heat is allowing companies to reconsider renewables as a cheap and emission-free fuel source

In this episode, John O’Donnell, CEO at Rondo, joins Alex Cameron to look at how renewables could become a competitive option for fuelling energy-intensive and high heat processes. With industrial emissions being the biggest contributors to CO2, being able to reliably use renewables to fuel high heat would be a major win for industrials. John talks about the challenge of industrial heat and why it’s often overlooked in climate discussions, the market opportunity and how Rondo’s tech allows industrials to look seriously at renewables.

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