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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Clean Energy Progress - Highview Power Storage

Liquid air energy storage sounds futuristic ?

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From: Mark Arce
Date: Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 1:22 PM
Subject: Expert Source Available - Indian Point Closure
To: Mark Arce

Source Available

Topic: Indian Point Closure

Source: Richard Riley is the North America Business Development Manager for Highview Power Storage, and based at New York City’s hub for smart cities, smart grid, and clean energy at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, ACRE.

A mechanical engineer by training, Richard began his career with French utility EDF in the construction and maintenance of power generation assets.

He joined Highview in 2013 to support the development of Liquid Air Energy Storage systems, including the engineering and construction of the company’s 5 MW demonstrator in the north of England.

Richard is a Chartered Engineer, Member of the UK’s Institute of Mechanical Engineers and alumnus of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Engineering Leadership Award program.

Richard Riley can comment on:
·         Indian Point closure announcement
·         NYC/NYS clean energy economy
·         Expertise on running a cleantech company

Contact: Please direct media inquiries to Jordan Isenstadt of MarinoPR at 

About Highview

Highview Power Storage is a designer and developer of large-scale energy storage solutions for utility and distributed power systems that use liquid air as the storage medium. Highview can design bespoke Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES) plants that can deliver from 5MW/15MWh – to more than 200MW/1.2GWh to service a growing multi-billion dollar energy storage market. LAES has been developed using proven components from industry to deliver a pumped-hydro capability without geographical constraints, and can be configured to convert waste heat and cold to power.

At the end of 2013 Highview signed a global licencing and technology collaboration agreement, with GE Oil & Gas, to develop the integration of Highview’s LAES technology into its peaker plant offering.

For more information, please visit:

Mark Arce
Assistant Account Executive

747 Third Avenue | Floor 18 | New York, NY 10017

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