Compressed air energy storage underwater in bags!

Compressed air energy storage is generally done by using excess renewable energy to pump air into underground caverns. The air is released as needed to create energy as needed. Hydrostor is testing CAES in giant plastic bags underwater.

Compressed air energy storage is generally done by using excess renewable energy to pump air into underground caverns. The air is released as needed to create energy during offhours or when the renewable power plant isn’t generating. Hydrostor is now testing CAES in giant plastic bags underwater.