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Storing energy thanks to cryocooled air

A new type of energy-storage process that can operate on a large scale.

__truncato_root__>Highview Power Storage, a UK-based company has developed a process that uses liquefied air or liquefied nitrogen (which makes up 78% of air) as a means to store energy.
After the carbon dioxide, water vapour and particulate matter are extracted from the air, the latter is ...

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