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Energy Storage Is Going Underground

21 Jan, 2023


  • We are leading the charge in alternative energy storage.
  • Our project, as featured in the Los Angeles Times, involves creating the world’s largest underground energy storage facility.
  • By compressing air underground, we store excess renewable electricity in caverns equivalent to two football fields.
  • This innovative approach eliminates the need for natural gas but is slightly less efficient than batteries.
  • Another promising idea is Underground Gravity Energy Storage (UGES), proposed by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.
  • This system uses sand lowered into abandoned mines to generate and store electricity, offering unique advantages in building a resilient and sustainable energy future.

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