ALACAES

  • Develops adiabatic compressed-air energy storage (CAES) systems using a packed bed of rocks as the thermal storage unit and mountain caverns to store pressurized air with calculated efficiency of 72%
  • Joint venture between Airlight Energy, a solar thermal energy company, and two engineer...

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