Gravitricity to pilot £1m gravity-based energy storage system in Edinburgh

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It is envisaged the system could eventually be installed in disused mine shafts | Credit: Gravitricity
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It is envisaged the system could eventually be installed in disused mine shafts | Credit: Gravitricity

UK start-up signs land rental agreement to build its first energy storage demonstrator at the Port of Leith

Gravitricity is set to build a £1m working demonstration of its innovative energy storage system which harnesses the power of gravity to store energy and provide grid balancing services, having secured...

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