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Energy storage technologies will be crucial in overcoming one of the most challenging barriers to high renewable energy penetration. Ongoing work is focused on the development of a hydropneumatic energy storage technology, tailored for offshore applications, referred to as FLASC. A smallscale prototype was deployed in the Grand Harbour of the central Mediterranean island of Malta. You can read more about this technology in the article at page 7.
Hydropneumatic Energy Storage
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