The Highview Enlasa-Diego de Almagro Liquid Air Energy Storage Facility is a 50,000kW energy storage project located in Diego de Almagro, Atacama, Chile. The rated storage capacity of the project is 500,000kWh.

The electro-mechanical energy storage project uses compressed air storage as its storage technology. The project was announced in 2021.


The Highview Enlasa-Diego de Almagro Liquid Air Energy Storage Facility is being developed by Energia Latina and Highview Power. The project is owned by Energia Latina (50%) and Highview Power (50%).

Contractors involved

Energia Latina and Highview Power are the owners. Energia Latina and Highview Power are the developers. Highview Power is the technology provider for the project.

SK Engineering & Construction is the EPC contractor for the project.

Additional information

Highview Enlasa, the 50/50 joint venture between Highview Power and Energia Latina S.A.-Enlasa, is developing the first liquid air long duration energy storage project in Chile. This 50 MW/500 MWh (10 hours) CRYOBattery, which represents an estimated investment of USD $150 million, will be located in Diego de Almagro in the Atacama Region.

About Energia Latina

Energia Latina S.A. (Energia Latina) carries out generating and selling of electricity. The company generates electricity through thermal power plants. The company, through its subsidiary ENLASA Generacion Chile SA operates as the central interconnected system and is the main electricity supply in the country. Energia Latina uses German art diesel engines technology for the generation of power and energy. Its San Lorenzo plant is located at Diego de Almagro. The company has its operations in Chile. Energia Latina is headquartered in Santiago, Chile.

About Highview Power

Highview Power Inc (Highview Power) a renewable energy which focuses on long duration energy storage to balance the grid and strengthen our power networks. Highview Power is headquartered in London, England, the UK.


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