Liquid air energy storage
Air turns to liquid when cooled down to -196°C (-320˚F), and can then be stored very efficiently in insulated, low pressure vessels. Exposure to ambient temperatures causes rapid re-gasification and a 700-fold expansion in volume, which is then used to drive a turbine and create electricity without combustion.
Our patented technology draws on established processes from the turbo machinery, power generation and industrial gas sectors. We source the component parts of our technology from large and established OEMs, so there is proven lifespan and performance guarantee.