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Energy-storint Bricks

Energy-storint Bricks

These bricks are made from a special type of concrete that can store energy, making them a sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to traditional building materials. Energy-storing bricks work by using a system of embedded electrodes and electrolytes that can store and release energy as required.

One of the main advantages of energy-storing bricks is that they can be used to reduce energy consumption in buildings. For example, during the day, the bricks can absorb energy from the sun and store it for use later.


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