Thermal “muffins” store much more than fat

Erich Kisi and Alex Post examining thermal energy blocks
The Miscibility Gap Alloy blocks can be made from recycled materials and can be recycled at the end-of-life with virtually no deterioration of the metal alloy particles of the blocks. Credit: MGA Thermal

As Australia progresses from creating renewable energy to making it a reliable 24-hour prospect, New South Wales researchers are taking their thermal energy storage innovation from concept to commercialisation.

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