Scottish start-up has devised a 24MW energy storage system comprising 24 weights of 500 tonnes, which says could be installed in the foundations of new skyscrapers
City skyscrapers could in future be used to house large "green batteries" in their underground foundations, according to a Scottish start-up behind an innovative new form of energy storage. Gravitricity...
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The two 50MW batteries are located near the village of Minety in Wiltshire and are currently being developed by two Chinese state-owned companies
The airline plans to invest in aircraft renewal, sustainable jet fuel, weight reduction, and CO2 offsetting and sequestration projects
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