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TITAN expands investment in Rondo Energy

14 September 2023, Published under Cement News

TITAN has expanded its existing investment in Rondo Energy, a US-based pioneer in zero-carbon industrial heat solutions. In collaboration with other global leaders, TITAN's contribution has empowered Rondo Energy to secure an impressive US$60m in funding. This infusion of capital is primed to speed up the rollout of Rondo Heat Batteries worldwide and transform the global energy storage market.  In addition to its financial support, TITAN has solidified its involvement by joining Rondo's S...

Siam Cement receives world's largest battery production facility

28 June 2023, Published under Cement News

Rondo Energy, in partnership with Siam Cement Group (SCG),has announced plans for the world's largest battery production facility of any kind at 90GWh/year, with 2.4GWh/year already online. This is a game-changer in the world of decarbonisation technologies, resulting in carbon savings equivalent to removing 4m cars from the road each year (or adding 2m EVs), claims Rondo Energy. "Rondo Energy, developer of the Rondo Heat Battery, announced it has partnered with Siam Cement Group to ...

TITAN Cement Group to scale Rondo Energy's decarbonisation technology

14 July 2022, Published under Cement News

TITAN Cement Group joins decarbonisation and electrification investment leaders, Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Energy Impact Partners, in supporting Rondo Energy (Rondo) through its recent Series A financing round for the scale-up of its innovative ‘heat battery’ technology, aiming to provide new solutions for decarbonising power generation and heavy industry, including cement manufacturing. The Rondo Heat Battery uses established industrial technologies to transform renewable ele...

FLSmidth forms ECOClay partnership to fully electrify clay calcination

27 April 2022, Published under Cement News

To further decarbonise the cement industry, FLSmidth and a series of leading industry experts have formed a new partnership called ECoClay TM . To reduce CO 2 emissions from cement production by up to 50 per cent, the ECoClay partners will develop and commercialise the technology needed to replace fossil fuels in the calcination of clay by fully electrifying the process.  Current clay calcination processes have gained momentum in recent years – especially with FLSmidth’s flash calciner sys...