Hello all, this is my first post on the forum. Embarking on an exciting new project that I will detail in a different post soon. My immediate concern is the installation of a climate battery in a greenhouse we are constructing on the farm. The greenhouse is a 90x96 ft gutter connected commercial structure that we have submerged 4 ft in the ground using a concrete block retaining wall. (Pictures will be posted in other thread which I will link to when I get it up). Most of the reading and resources I can find on climate batteries aim for tropical conditions in more extreme climates than my own such as bringing a zone 4 to a 9+ and maintaining 40F nighttime temps. Our goal is to achieve light frost minimum temps and grow hardy cool season vegetables year round. If anyone has some insight into how to calculate for the less ambitious climate goal I would love to discuss further.