Mission possible: A world powered by 100% renewable energy

Growing demand, changing consumption, increasing intermittency: the energy market is under pressure. The world needs an affordable, scalable solution that can store energy for many hours – even days.

Highview Power’s CRYOBattery delivers, clean, reliable, and cost-efficient long-duration energy storage to enable a 100% renewable energy future.

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Cool air technology for a cooler planet

Our CRYOBattery can deliver anywhere from 20 MW/80 MWh to more than 200 MW/1.2 GWh of energy and can power up to 200,000 homes for a whole day. We do this at half the cost of lithium-ion batteries and release zero emissions in the process.

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Experience, expertise and excellence

We have an enviable management team that has developed and financed over $20 billion in energy and infrastructure projects worldwide. With our global engineering partners, we support our customers from scoping and planning to building and operation.

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A proven industrial process

Our proprietary cryogenic energy storage technology is based on the principle of air liquefaction. This enables the easy storage of air as a liquid providing high-density storage. At the point of need, we convert the liquid back to a gas, generating energy that powers our turbines and produces electricity.

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Partners and suppliers

We've been busy

  • NEWS/16 JULY 2019

    Highview Power Contracts with Tenaska Power Services for US Cryogenic Energy Storage Projects

  • NEWS/27 JUNE 2019

    Highview Power Unveils CRYOBattery, World’s First Giga-Scale Cryogenic Battery

  • NEWS/26 JUNE 2019

    Highview Power Wins Top Honour at Ashden Awards for Energy Innovation

  • NEWS/28 MAY 2019

    CEO Today Magazine Honors Highview Power’s Javier Cavada Among Top European Executives for 2019

  • NEWS/19 MARCH 2019

    Highview Power and TSK Enter Joint Venture to Develop Cryogenic Energy Storage Projects

  • NEWS/05 FEBRUARY 2019

    Highview Power Taps GE’s Alexander Silin to Head Eastern European and Middle Eastern Sales of its Cryogenic Energy Storage Systems

  • News / 23 Jan 2019

    Getting the Market to 100% Renewables

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