Who would have thought that plain old air could offer a solution to climate change?
All that’s needed is to liquify it.
A British based company with a track record in energy storage solutions compresses and cools ambient air, turning it to liquid at -196°C, at which point the air is stored at low pressure.
If the electrical grid needs stabilizing, the liquid air is heated so it expands again and can be used to drive a turbine and generate energy.
A breath of fresh air.