Isentropic's PHES technology is included in this article highlighting energy storage technologies harnessing the four elements of earth, air, water and fire.
The ETI has invested £14 million in a project led by Isentropic to demonstrate the feasibility of a revolutionary new approach to storing electricity at grid scale.
Energy technology: Better ways of storing energy are needed if electricity systems are to become cleaner and more efficient
Mark Wagner, Isentropic's Chairman, is quoted in this article
Interview with Jonathan Howes, Isentropic's Technical Director, on "The Naked Scientists" radio show.
Construct Ireland explores energy storage options in this article, including Isentropic's PHES technology.Search for a Store
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Reliable and cost-effective storage is key.
Renewable storage is entering the stone age.
Wind and solar power are often criticised for being too intermittent but Cambridge researchers could change that
This article looks at utility-scale storage innovations, including Isentropic's pumped heat electricity storage.
Isentropic is named in this Greentech Media article.
Isentropic is mentioned in an article about storage technologies. Visit earth2tech.com to read more
Isentropic Energy's pumped-heat electrical energy storage could disrupt the large-scale electrical energy storage market. Visit www.greentechmedia.com to read more
Power Engineer International
Energy Storage: Renewable energy's missing link by Jonathan Howes, Isentropic's Technical Director
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Eureka Magazine looks at Isentropic's novel valve that promises to make a heat engine energy storage system highly efficient. See http://www.eurekamagazine.co.uk/design-engineering-features/technology/big-valve-offers-big-opportunities-in-heat-storage/21752/
It's only a 2nd prototype - but it's definitely the start of something truly big in reversible heat engines. To read more click here
Utility-scale, energy storage technology could ease shortfall in electricity generation capacity
Energy storage breakthrough could ease generation shortfall