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Troy O McBride, Benjamin R Bollinger: Increased power in compressed-gas energy storage and recovery. SustainX, Bingham McCutchen, January 31, 2012: US08104274 (28 worldwide citation)

In various embodiments, energy is stored or recovered via super-atmospheric compression and/or expansion of gas in conjunction with substantially adiabatic compression and/or expansion from or to atmospheric pressure.


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Troy O McBride, Benjamin R Bollinger: Increased power in compressed-gas energy storage and recovery. SustainX, Bingham McCutchen, July 9, 2013: US08479502 (7 worldwide citation)

In various embodiments, energy is stored or recovered via super-atmospheric compression and/or expansion of gas in conjunction with substantially adiabatic compression and/or expansion from or to atmospheric pressure.


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TROY O McBRIDE, Benjamin R Bollinger: Increased power in compressed-gas energy storage and recovery. October 27, 2011: US20110259442-A1

In various embodiments, energy is stored or recovered via super-atmospheric compression and/or expansion of gas in conjunction with substantially adiabatic compression and/or expansion from or to atmospheric pressure.


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Troy O McBride, Benjamin R Bollinger: Increased power in compressed-gas energy storage and recovery. June 7, 2012: US20120137668-A1

In various embodiments, energy is stored or recovered via super-atmospheric compression and/or expansion of gas in conjunction with substantially adiabatic compression and/or expansion from or to atmospheric pressure.


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INCREASED POWER IN COMPRESSED-GAS ENERGY STORAGE AND RECOVERY. November 28, 2013: US20130312417-A1

In various embodiments, energy is stored or recovered via super-atmospheric compression and/or expansion of gas in conjunction with substantially adiabatic compression and/or expansion from or to atmospheric pressure.


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INCREASED POWER IN COMPRESSED-GAS ENERGY STORAGE AND RECOVERY. January 23, 2014: US20140020372-A1

In various embodiments, energy is stored or recovered via super-atmospheric compression and/or expansion of gas in conjunction with substantially adiabatic compression and/or expansion from or to atmospheric pressure.