That batteries store electricity is a truism. But that liquid air, minus 196 degrees, can do the same, should come as a surprise to most people. The london-based start-up company highview power has proven it. Since 2018, it has been operating a demonstration plant with a capacity of five megawatts (MW) at the Pilsworth landfill site in Greater Manchester. Now the company is planning to install a 50-MW plant on the site of a former thermal power station in northern England.
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