UK energy storage in the pink

A UK government programme aimed at nurturing new energy storage technologies has started to bear fruit, and the mainstream press is paying attention. An article in none other than the Financial Times not only mentions the Department of Energy and Climate Change’s GBP£17m competition, but also goes on to detail a cryogenic system developed by Highview Power Storage that uses liquid air to store energy.

The piece takes the whole concept of energy storage seriously, pointing out that it will be essential in order to keep the lights on should the shift to renewable energy continue.

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