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December 19th, 2016
gasworld

Exclusive: Barnett discusses world’s first grid scale Liquid air energy storage system

Highview and project partners, recycling and renewable energy company, Viridor, were awarded funding from the British Government Department of Energy and Climate Change (now BEIS), to build a 5MW Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES) technology system that can power up to 5,000 homes for around three hours.

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December 10th, 2016
BBC News

Cryogenic storage offers hope for renewable energy

The world’s largest cold energy storage plant is being commissioned at a site near Manchester. The cryogenic energy facility stores power from renewables or off-peak generation by chilling air into liquid form.

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December 6th, 2016
Engineer Live

Fluid mechanics

Martin Gadsby discusses automating the world’s first full-scale liquid air energy storage facility. An environmentally neutral, grid-scale energy storage system that utilises electrical energy to liquefy the air around us, store it, then expand it back through a generator to feed power into the grid may sound a bit like tomorrow’s world.

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November 3rd, 2016
CNBC

Why storing energy in liquid air could be a game-changer

From solar to wind and biomass to geothermal, renewable sources of energy are entering a new era of importance. Within this climate of innovation, efficient energy storage is becoming an increasingly important factor. A CNBC special report looked at Liquid Air Energy Storage.

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October 27th, 2016
CNBC

Energy storage: Why it’s so important, part one

A CNBC special report, Sustainable Energy, gets the lowdown on energy storage and why it’s so important. Presenter, James Wright, looks at Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES) technology. Watch at minute 8.40.

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