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Siemens Tests Breakthrough Thermal Storage System for Wind

Siemens believes a recently launched thermal storage concept for wind power could deliver energy at significantly below €0.10 per kilowatt-hour (USD $111 per megawatt-hour). The cost would be for large-scale deployment of what Siemens is calling its "Future Energy Solution" (FES) and would depend on the exact nature of the storage application or applications involved, Till Barmeier, Siemens project manager, told GTM.
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