Highview enters Liquid Air Energy Storage technology into New York ecosystem


Highview Power Storage, a developer of large-scale energy storage solutions that uses cryogenic liquids, has entered its energy storage system into the New York energy ecosystem.

The UK-based company’s Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES) technology has been entered into ACRE, New York City’s business incubator for smart cities, smart grid and clean energy at the Urban Future Lab (UFL), part of the New York University Tandon School of Engineering.

The Future Labs is the first public-private partnership with New York City and is focused on creating a sustainable incubation programme, tasked with increasing the success rate of new ventures and generating economic impact.

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