New High Tech Ceramics Could Boost Wind and Solar Energy
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York have been tapped for a $2 million study on the use of new nanoengineered ceramic materials to store energy, particularly from wind turbines and solar arrays.
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#1 Oct 2, 2010
I wish them well in their endeavors. EEStor has made a similar claim for years, for a storage device using barium and titainium. No product has been publicly displayed. Vaporware is vaporware until a real product is being displayed and tested, it's all just a dream.
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