Liquid air energy storage firm Highview to announce EPC tie-up this quarter

A fully integrated LAES system that was commissioned in July 2011 and ran until the end of 2014. Highview hopes large-scale versions will be commercialised soon. Pic: Highview Power Storage.

A fully integrated LAES system that was commissioned in July 2011 and ran until the end of 2014. Highview hopes large-scale versions will be commercialised soon. Pic: Highview Power Storage.

By Jason Deign

Liquid-air energy storage (LAES) developer Highview Power Storage is preparing to announce a tie-up with a major engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor this quarter.
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How value stacking could boost profits by “several millions of dollars a year”

GridSME's model can help solar firms make more cash from their plants. Pic: Cypress Creek Renewables.

GridSME’s model can help solar firms make more cash from their plants. Pic: Cypress Creek Renewables.

By Jason Deign

Stacking multiple energy storage applications could improve the profitability of assets by “several millions of dollars a year,” an expert has said.
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Eos grapples with scale-up challenges on route to DC cost of $95 per kWh

The 1MWh Eos Aurora system installed by Advanced Solar Products for PSE&G's Caldwell Wastewater Treatment Plant solar project (Photo: Eos Energy Storage).

The 1MWh Eos Aurora system installed by Advanced Solar Products for PSE&G’s Caldwell Wastewater Treatment Plant solar project (Photo: Eos Energy Storage).

By Jason Deign

The zinc hybrid cathode battery maker Eos Energy Storage has admitted to facing challenges in scaling its systems up to megawatt levels.
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