regenerative storage

regenerative storage

[rē′jen·rəd·iv ′stȯr·ij]
(computer science)
A storage unit, such as a delay line or storage tube, in which the stored data must be constantly read and restored to prevent decay or loss.
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For the Houston cranes, MJ EcoPower Hybrid Systems is taking the EcoCrane system to the next level by replacing the lead-acid batteries with Saft Li-ion batteries to supply the normal operating power as well as providing regenerative storage for energy captured as the crane hoist lowers containers.