The Energy Technologies Institute is proposing research that would see waste heat from power stations captured alongside carbon emissions and pumped underground
Waste heat from power plants could be stored deep underground for use months later by homes and offices, under ambitious new plans being researched by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI). The government...
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