Store energy in iron Written on February 14, 2019, by .

iron as energy storage

Rust might be the missing link in the energy transition. Surplus energy from wind or sun can be stored in iron by converting iron oxide. When needed, this iron powder can be used as fuel that produces temperatures for even industries to use, without production of CO2, says Team SOLID from Eindhoven.

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