WHAT WE DO?
Liquid Air Energy Storage
The management of Huge Energy Ltd. enjoys over 30 years of experience within Energy sector and understands challenges that the industry faces due to growing demand. We are here to assist you with the best solutions for large scale energy storage - regardles of the size of your operation - whether you are a grid operator, power plant manager or come from other energy sensitive industry
Together with your team we will design the best solution to fit your particular needs. Whether your capacity Whether you require 10MWh capacity or 5GWh, LAES will meet you needs. If in addition to electrical energy, you require thermal energy - LAES is the key technology for you.
We operate as "design and build" contractors - which mean - we take full responsibility for design and delivery of our projects!
WHO IS IT FOR?
Renewable Energy 24/7
Huge Energy develops second-generation LAES systems. As our technology ensures the long-term storage of industrial amounts of energy, it is crucial for the future of renewable energy, among other things. It also allows you to meet your zero net emissions target faster. Provides critical network stability services such as synchronous inertia, short circuit, and dynamic voltage control. Combined with renewable energy sources, they correspond in terms of efficiency to fossil-fueled thermal and nuclear energy.
Our clients include photovoltaic farms, wind farms, production companies, railways, heat and power plants and distribution companies.
A 50 MW / 250 MWh storage facility could store enough energy to re-generate electricity for 100,000 homes. It is the best option for medium and large-scale energy storage. Huge Energy offers installations starting at 10 MWh.
2nd Generation LAES.
Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES), i.e. a cryogenic energy storage system uses three main processes:
1.turning ambient air into liquid,
2.storing the liquid air in tanks,
3.when needed, expanding the liquid air into a gas which generates electricity.
Condensed air is used for energy storage. Ambient air is sucked into the installation, compressed, and then cooled to a temperature of -196 ° C and placed in insulated low-pressure tanks. Chilled air can be stored for hours or even days.
To generate energy, liquid air is heated in such a way that it expands rapidly. The sudden increase in volume drives a turbine to generate electricity. The first generation of this technology is already widely used in Spain and the USA. Huge Energy Ltd. has second generation technology with greater efficiency.