Google's parent company Alphabet wants to store renewable energy using SALT in an attempt to save millions of megawatts of power each year

In an attempt to store renewable energy, Google's parent company is turning to two rather unexpected resources – salt and antifreeze.
Alphabet, which owns Google, is working on a project under the code name 'Malta' to store renewable energy that would otherwise be wasted.
If successful, the system could be located almost anywhere, saving millions of megawatts of energy that are currently lost worldwide each year.
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THE MALTA SYSTEM  The Malta system looks like a small power plant, with four tanks connected to a heat pump.
X says the system can come in various different... read more

1 August 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 63
Source: Daily Mail

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