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From left: Dan Taylor, Camborne Energy Storage; Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe, BEIS; Edward Sargent, Tesla UK; Chris Roberts, Poweri - Credit: Camborne Energy
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From left: Dan Taylor, Camborne Energy Storage; Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe, BEIS; Edward Sargent, Tesla UK; Chris Roberts, Poweri - Credit: Camborne Energy

Baroness Neville Rolfe praises opening of Somerset facility designed to provide power capacity for over 500 homes

The first grid scale installation of Tesla's Powerpack battery system has been completed at a site in Somerset it was announced this week. Energy Minister Baroness Neville Rolfe yesterday attended the...

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