Government unveils £11m in R&D funding for local energy grids

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Technology Strategy Board to run new funding competition to stimulate development of local clean energy generation and storage

Clean technology firms are today being invited to bid for a share of a new £11m funding programme designed to support the development of localised smart grid and energy storage technologies. Universities...

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