TECHNOLOGY

Gravitricity moves towards commercial deployment

Pilot projects are being explored at mine sites in Slovenia, Finland, the Czech Republic and Germany

Germany's Grube Teutschenthal mine will be of the first to test the technology. Photo: Graviticity

Germany's Grube Teutschenthal mine will be of the first to test the technology. Photo: Graviticity

Mine operators across Europe are investigating a new form of underground energy storage that could provide a low-carbon future for communities facing job losses as mines close. Edinburgh-based Gravitricity,...

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