1. Articles in category: Compressed Air/Gas

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    1. Power Grid Batteries, Make Way for Compressed Air - Overclockers Club

      Power Grid Batteries, Make Way for Compressed AirOverclockers ClubNow SustainX, a global developer of these kinds of energy storage systems, has signed a licensing agreement to use the University of Minnesota's solution. We may be seeing this solution to alternative energy's problem in use before too long.
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      Mentions: Minnesota SustainX
    2. Electric Energy Storage Systems to Enhance Electric Grid Reliability and Support Expanded Renewable Energy Usage

      New analysis from Frost & Sullivan finds that electric energy storage systems are inscribed in the development strategies of intermittent renewable energy and electric vehicle (EV) developers, grid operators and utility companies
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      Mentions: Italy Siemens
    3. University of Minnesota Energy Storage Invention Licensed to SustainX

      University of Minnesota Energy Storage Invention Licensed to SustainXCleanTechnicaThe invention was licensed to SustainX, a leading global developer of grid-scale energy storage solutions that use patented isothermal compressed air methods to store large amounts of energy cleanly and economically…. SustainX is developing isothermal ...
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      Mentions: Minnesota SustainX
    4. LightSail's Compressed Air Grid Storage Explanation (good overview)

      LightSail's Compressed Air Grid Storage Explanation (good overview)

      To make CAES more efficient, the LightSail system captures and stores both the mechanical energy and the thermal energy used in compressing air.  To do this, a water mist is infused into the compression chamber as the air is compressed. Water can hold 3,300 times as much heat as the same volume of air, and is able to capture the heat generated by the process more effectively.  Both potential energy in the form of pressurized air and the heated water can be stored. 

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      Mentions: DoE EPRI LightSail
    5. Scientific American Ranks Energy Storage Technologies

      Scientific American Ranks Energy Storage Technologies

      The March issue of Scientific American, available online and on newsstands, contains a very useful article describing and assessing five energy storage technologies . The magazine assembled a panel of experts and had them rank the five in terms of scalability, cost effectiveness, and energy efficiency.

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      Mentions: Japan U.S. Italy
    6. Report by KEMA: Energy Storage Market Quadruples in Five Years

      Report by KEMA: Energy Storage Market Quadruples in Five Years

      A new report from KEMA looked at the growth in U.S. energy storage in the coming five years. It concluded the domestic market is likely to quadruple and to offer significant opportunities in electrochemical, mechanical and thermal methods of storing energy over a wide range of applications ... The storage industry is going to rely on subsidies to jump-start its early growth.

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      Mentions: U.S. DNV KEMA
    7. Analysis: Is Sodium Sulfur (NaS) a viable Grid Storage Solution?

      Analysis: Is Sodium Sulfur (NaS) a viable Grid Storage Solution?
      In September 2011, sodium-sulfur (NaS) batteries at a Mitsubishi Materials Plant in Japan, caught on fire. It took firefighters more than 8 hours to control the blaze, and two weeks to extinguish the fire. NGK Insulators, the company that manufactured the storage system, does not know the cause of the fire, has suspended production of its NaS cells, and advised customers to refrain from using their batteries.
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      Mentions: Japan ESA NGK
    8. Report by Aruvians (India): Analyzing the US Utility Energy Storage Market

      Report by Aruvians (India): Analyzing the US Utility Energy Storage Market
      Analyzing the US Utility Energy Storage MarketEnvironmental Expert (press release)These include Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage systems, hydrogen technologies, ultracapacitors, and Vehicle-to-Grid. With companies developing newer technologies to simplify the process of energy storage, the race is on to develop the most ...
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      Mentions: DoE Argonne MIT
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