Energy storage is the holy grail of decarbonization.

If we want to get rid of fossil fuels for good, we need to be able to store a large amount of surplus renewables over time. The current technologies available, like lithium-ion batteries, may not have enough capacity to meet our power storage demand in the future. But what if we could turn our houses and buildings themselves into batteries?

Matt explores a new cement technology that could turn our houses and buildings into energy storage systems?

This video was produced and published by Matt Ferrell. It was originally published on his YouTube channel.
It’s published here via a pvbuzz partnership with Matt.

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