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May 10th, 2013
Highview Power Storage see interest from Chinese investors, NewNet

Highview Power Storage, which this week secured financing from the UK government, has revealed to NewNet that Chinese investors have shown an interest in licencing its liquid air energy storage business, representing ‘huge potential’ for the company.

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May 9th, 2013
Renewable Power Could Be Stored as Liquid Air, U.K. Lobby Says, Bloomberg

The technology would address the “fundamental problem” of how to store energy from renewable sources when it’s not needed and may create as many as 22,000 jobs by 2050, lobby group Centre for Low Carbon Futures said today in the report.

“We have an opportunity, and growing need, to scale up our investment in technologies that will ensure the energy from renewables is not wasted, and the opportunities for the U.K. industrial sector are not lost,” Richard Williams, pro-vice chancellor at the University of Birmingham, who led the study, said in a statement.

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May 9th, 2013
Liquid air energy storage could become £1bn industry, Engineering and Technology Magazine

Liquid air energy storage technology could unlock a £1bn industry and 22,000 UK jobs, according to a new report.

Professor Richard Williams, pro-vice chancellor of the University of Birmingham, who led the report, says: “Solving Britain’s energy crisis requires better ways to store the power of the wind and the sun at large scale without relying on scarce natural resources, and liquid air provides a missing piece of that puzzle.”

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May 9th, 2013
Liquid air could unlock £1bn business and 22,000 UK jobs, Gasworld

Liquid air is a proven energy storage technology that could play a critical role in Britain’s low carbon energy future, according to a major new report from business and academic experts.

The use of liquid air could increase UK energy security, cut greenhouse gas emissions, and create a storage industry worth at least £1bn pa and 22,000 jobs, the report found.

The news comes as the report is officially launched today at the Liquid Air Energy Conference in London, UK.

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May 9th, 2013
12 projects through to feasibility stage of DECC’s storage competition, H&V News

DECC has announced a total of 12 projects have been selected under the first phase of the Energy Storage Technology Demonstration Competition launched in October last year to carry out feasibility studies.

Two of the projects are from Highview Power Storage, UK developer of utility scale liquid air energy storage technologies.

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