For solar applications, our Saltstream™ materials allow higher temperature operation and can capture more of the sun's heat during the day.
Saltstream™ molten salt enables high temperature thermal storage and continuous electricity generation.
Breakthrough Liquid Glass Enters MarketApril 25, 2013
Halotechnics has introduced the very first liquid glass materials stable up to 1200 °C / 2200 °F.
Halotechnics to Attend SolarPACESSeptember 10-14, 2012
CEO Justin Raade and Grady Hannah will attend the 18th annual SolarPACES conference in Marrakech, Morocco.
Halotechnics Wins Dispatchability AwardJune 27, 2012
Halotechnics received the Dispatchability Solution Award at the CSP Today USA conference in Las Vegas.
ARPA-E : Energy Innovation SummitFebruary 27-29, 2012
Halotechnics will attend the Energy Innovation Summit in Washington D.C. We will be set up at booth #732.
Storehouses for solar energy can step in when the sun goes downJanuary 2, 2012
New York Times comments on the importance of storage.
$3.3M for Research from ARPA-ESeptember 29, 2011
Halotechnics receives a $3.3 million grant from the Advanced Research Projects Agency · Energy to develop molten glass material for thermal energy storage
700°C Thermal Storage TanksSeptember 1, 2011
Halotechnics receives a $1 million subcontract from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to develop a two-tank thermal energy storage system as part of the SunShot initiative
5th CSP SummitJune 29-30, 2011
Dr. Justin Raade to speak on thermal storage at the 5th Concentrated Solar Power Summit US in Las Vegas, Nevada
CST Power ConferenceFebruary 23-25, 2011
Dr. Justin Raade to speak on thermal storage at CST Power Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona
SunShot: Solar Energy Cheaper than CoalFebruary 4, 2011
The U.S. Department of Energy pursues SunShot initiative to achieve cost competitive solar energy by 2020
ARPA-E ConferenceJanuary 31, 2011
Dr. Justin Raade to attend High Density Thermal Storage workshop hosted by the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) in Arlington, Virginia
NSF GrantDecember 1, 2010
The National Science Foundation awards Halotechnics $150,000 research grant
Nevada Selected For CSP DemoJuly 23, 2010
Nevada desert site chosen to demonstrate CSP technology
DOE Investing in CSPMay 7, 2010
The Department of Energy announces $62 Million for Concentrating Solar Power R&D