'Superhot brick batteries' will store power as energy giant signs up for Microsoft-backed tech

Using superheated bricks as green energy stores could cut global CO2 emissions by 15% in 15 years, claims start-up behind system to be deployed by EDP

A rendering of a Rondo facility
A rendering of a Rondo facilityFoto: Rondo
Published 8 March 2024, 10:49Updated 9 March 2024, 15:00