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The future of energy is storage

More people are generating energy at home, and more green sources are coming on line—what do we do with all that power?

By Peter Aldous   March 2018

The UK’s energy storage sector is on the brink of historic growth. The increased ability to store power goes beyond supporting the grid’s ability to manage greater low-carbon and renewable power supplies. Lower costs and new business models have the potential to bring enormous change. Self-generation of electricity will become more popular, our industrial base will be more competitive and cheap renewables can be more easily deployed if the ability to store energy becomes more…

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