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Here's the thing. Just 200 aluminium smelters use the same amount of power as 1.2 billion people use at home. This is my story about why I believe in this technology and how it can make a difference.

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EnPot's Dr. Nick Depree, on how the aluminium industry can be decarbonised, now, using existing technology.

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EnPot technology is highlighted by the International Energy Agency (IEA) as playing a key role in the required transformation of China's aluminium smelting industry.

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Simon Holmes à Court, Energy Transition Hub, Melbourne University presenting how industry and renewable energy have the potential to benefit each other.

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The International Energy Agency (IEA) in its February 2019 paper ‘China Energy System Transformation’, recommends that China’s primary aluminium smelters modulate energy consumption.

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Article published in Aluminium International Today about aluminium's environmental credentials, with its infinite low energy recyclability and ability to contribute to decarbonisation.

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David Wong and colleagues discuss how the world’s aluminium smelters could enable the rapid uptake of renewables in global power systems in The Chemical Engineer.

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The first proposed pathway to zero carbon for primary aluminium production was unveiled at the ALUMINIUM Online Showcase 'Green Technologies'.

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"The full emergence of Australia as an energy superpower of the low-carbon world economy would encompass large-scale..." Article published by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis.

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It is now widely accepted that the race to decarbonise the world’s power systems, is actually a race to provide suitable and sufficient energy storage solutions.

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EnPot's presentation from The Second International Forum on Zero Carbon High Temperature Minerals Processing (HiTeMP-2) in Adelaide, Australia.

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John Grandfield gives a comprehensive commentary on the Aluminium Industry's response to Climate Change, published in Light Metal Age

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Aluminium Smelters can become 'Virtual Power Plants' when retro-fitted with EnPot energy modulation technology.

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The International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts the future will be electric and mostly renewable. For large industrial users of energy this brings both challenges and opportunity.

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The EnPot technology was successfully installed on 120 pots (full potline) at TRIMET's Essen Smelter in Germany in May 2019 and has been performing above expectations.

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