Wind power to be stored as heat in ocean deposits by the Danish coast

Wind power can be stored as district heating for later use in huge water deposits at sea, determines Danish European Energy.

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Large energy deposits at sea will revolutionize our green energy systems and let the many wind turbines work together with district heating for the first time, according to private Danish company European Energy, based in Copenhagen.

The company has developed the storage system GigaStore which has already garnered attention and was scheduled for presentation Thursday afternoon at an energy policy conference at the Danish parliament.

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