Energy Vault, a product of Idealab’s incubator in Pasadena, has developed a technology that makes use of cement blocks and is based on pumped hydro storage, that the company claims can slash the cost of wind and solar power

Posted by on November 9, 2018 8:01 pm
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As reported by the TechCrunch, Energy Vault, a product of Idealab’s incubator in Pasadena, has developed a technology that makes use of cement blocks and is based on pumped hydro storage, that the company claims can slash the cost of wind and solar power.

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