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Abundant silicon at the heart of cheaper renewable energy storage system

A team of researchers from Madrid is developing a thermal energy storage system that uses molten silicon to store up to 10 times more energy than existing thermal storage options. The hope is to develop the technology into a new generation of low-cost solar thermal stations to store solar energy in urban centers... Continue Reading Abundant silicon at the heart of cheaper renewable energy
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