Scottish thermal storage company Sunamp and clean energy platform Ripple Energy a signed a memorandum of understanding on 18 March to provide Ripple customers with zero carbon heating and hot water solutions.
Sunamp’s heat batteries are aimed at maximising the penetration of renewables and minimising fuel bills, by delivering hot water on demand. Ripple Energy, meanwhile, enables part-ownership of large-scale wind farms and partners with utilities to supply the electricity from customers’ wind farms to their homes.
Ripple Energy will soon offer Sunamp’s energy-efficient, compact heat batteries to its customers, meaning customers will be able to access hot water and heating powered by their own wind farm. Customers could reduce their household emissions by up to 40% by switching their heating to the battery.