This industrial container is not exciting to look at, but it could have a massive impact in the race for a carbon neutral world.

Polar Night Energy has invented a heat storage battery containing a hundred tons of sand. And the company is now producing low-emission-heating commercially to the city of Kankaanpää in Western Finland.

The BBC reported on Polar Night Energy’s heat storage solution and you can watch it here:

A global initiative, Mission Innovation wants to accelerate clean energy and make it widely affordable and reliable. They assessed Polar Night Energy’s invention and estimated it has the potential to avoid greenhouse gas emissions comparable to almost double the CO2 emissions of today’s New York City.


Nature has a backup plan for every backup plan.
Nature will always find a way.

What is Mission Innovation? | Department of Energy