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Hydrostor building up to 1 GW compressed air storage to meet California’s shifting resource needs

4 May, 2021
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  • We are developing 1GW of long-duration energy storage in California using patented compressed air technology.
  • The projects, with up to 500 MW capacity each, are expected to come online in 2026, aiming to meet California’s clean energy goals as it moves away from fossil fuels.
  • The state’s interest in long-duration storage is growing, especially after the retirement of the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant.
  • Our compressed air technology uses off-peak renewable electricity to compress and store air, providing a cost-effective solution for large-scale, long-duration storage.
  • However, the challenge lies in familiarizing buyers with the technology’s benefits and ensuring timely project delivery.

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