Sino-Swiss joint energy storage project builds blocks for a sustainable future

In Rudong County of coastal Jiangsu Province, a team of Chinese engineers and their foreign counterparts are working on the country’s first commercial gravity-based energy storage project. The 100 megawatt-hour project is a joint undertaking of Swiss company Energy Vault, China Tianying, an international environmental management corporation, and Atlas Renewable, a company based in the U.S. city of Houston,Texas.  

“There’s a tremendous acceleration in China in the conversion from fossil fuels to renewables, a process that we would very much like to be a part of,” CEO of Energy Vault Robert Piconi told Beijing Review...

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