Highview Power Storage is a designer and developer of large-scale energy storage solutions for utility and distributed power systems. Using liquid air as the storage medium, Highview can design bespoke Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES) plants, that can deliver around 5MW/15MWh – to significantly more than 50MW/200MWh to service a growing multi billion dollar energy storage market.


Highview and Advanced Emissions Solutions, Inc. sign Licence and Investment Deal. Read more

Electric Cryogenics: Frozen Air Producing Power, Bloomberg. Watch here

Watch Highview on the BBC’s Bang Goes the Theory. Watch here

GE and Highview Power Sign Global Energy Storage Collaboration Agreement. Read more

Liquid Air Energy Storage system to be demonstrated at multi-MW scale with £8 million in UK Government funding, Highview. Read more


‘The Case for Long Duration Energy Storage’ – Clean Horizon White Paper links:

Paper 1 – Long term studies show a strong potential for long duration energy storage

Paper 2 – Frequency regulation is not the main and only market for energy storage

Paper 3 – Only a few intraday energy storage technologies are scalable and ready to deploy

Virtual Tour


All-Energy 2014
Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre

4th-6th June 2014
ESA 24th Annual Conference: Moving the Market
Marriott Wardman Park, Washington DC, USA

23rd September 2014
Energy Storage: An Integrated Approach
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), Birmingham

2nd October 2014
Power In Unity 2014: A Joint Vision Approach
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), Birmingham


Highview was selected by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and its site host Viridor to design a 5MW/15MWh LAES system. The plant is scheduled to be operational Q2 2015.

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Air can be turned into a liquid by cooling it to around -196°C using standard industrial equipment. 700 litres of ambient air becomes about 1 litre of liquid air.

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The global potential for grid energy storage by 2017 is $113.5billion, accounting for 185GWh (52GW) of capacity.

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