RES debuts its first UK energy storage facility

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RES debuts its first UK energy storage facility

New site to demonstrate nine different applications for grid-scale energy storage system

Leading renewable energy developer RES has announced it has successfully completed its first UK-based industrial-scale battery storage facility at a 1.5MW solar park in Somerset. The company confirmed...

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