Kyoto Group today reported its results for the first half of 2022.
“The first six months of 2022 were all about securing a solid foundation for the scale-up of the company and growing and maturing the commercial pipeline. We have strengthened the team and set up subsidiaries, and we are prepared to handle expected commercial contracts in the coming months,” says Kyoto Group CEO Camilla Nilsson.
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Signed MoU with Hydro REIN to develop combined renewable energy and thermal energy storage solutions for industrial players
Strengthened management team
Moved to new offices to support growing organization
Appointed Camilla Nilsson as permanent CEO
Received building permits for the Heatcube at Nordjyllandsværket
Established Danish subsidiary
Established business unit in Spain by acquiring Mercury Energy
Signed LoI with Glomma Papp to finalize negotiations of a supply agreement for the Heatcube
Half of industrial energy consumption is for heating, and most of this energy is fossil today. Kyoto Groups thermal batteries provide an easy way to store energy. This becomes increasingly important as the energy mix contains more and more wind and solar.
“In addition to the long-term climate crisis, the current geopolitical situation is increasing the need for technologies such as Kyoto´s Heatcube. And not the least for speed. Europe needs to increase the use of wind and solar, and these technologies need storage solutions to smooth out fluctuating production. This was dramatically illustrated during the first half of 2022,” says Ms. Nilsson.
The first commercial installation of the Heatcube is expected to be completed in January 2023. The company also expects to sign several more commercial agreements for Heatcubes in the second half of 2022, to be installed at large industrial companies. In order to handle the increased activity, the organization is expected to still increase during the rest of the year.