Glass energy storage
Startup Halotechnics is developing materials that can be used to store energy from concentrating solar power plants. It's starting with molten salt chemistries that can improve over existing molten salt storage methods. For the longer term, it's developing glass-based liquid storage, according to CEO and founder Justin Raade, who is holding samples of the glass storage medium.
February 28, 2012 10:48 AM PST
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