French utility ENGIE will work with NTU Singapore and infrastructure developer Surbana Jurong on storing energy in liquid air. Excess electricity from the grid is used to cool air, turning it into a liquid state that is 750 times more compact and has the energy density of a lithium-ion battery.
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