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One of the more kooky solutions to come out of the scientific world to solve the problem of load capacity is the concept of freezing air. Will it have potential? That's the question on a lot of lips right now, especially in Vermont.

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Matt Chester on Jan 6, 2020

Kooky solution or innovative moonshot? This early on in the development, it's sometimes hard to tell!

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Mark Lancaster on Jan 6, 2020

Storing energy is a neat concept similar to our CO2 turbine and some of our ammonia projects

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