Pioneering ‘liquid air’ project can help store excess electricity
Scheme in north-west England could aid grids as wind and solar power grows
OK, sounds interesting. Use of peak ‘leccie to liquefy and compress air, releasing it at peak demand times to drive a turbine. Worth trying, why not?
Brett admitted the liquid air process is less efficient than storing electricity in batteries
Ah, that’s why not, because it’s a crap method.