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Is AC (Alternative current) can stored in large scale.

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  • TomLiotta
    You'll probably have better luck asking in a forum that has something to do with electrical engineering. When you find such a site, you should form your question with a little more clarity or specificity. For example, are you asking if there is any significant theoretical basis for it? Or are you asking if any current practical method exists? -- Tom
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  • philpl1jb

    No. A/C current cannot be stored.

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    That's where a specific question wording could be needed. Though it doesn't (currently (no pun intended)) seem to make sense, future advances with superconductors, etc., could bring feasibility even if no practicality. -- Tom
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  • philpl1jb

    Edgar Allan Poe

    Might have had a way to store ac power, if it had existed in 1842 ..

    "The sweep of the pendulum had increased in extent"

     

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