UK Power Networks looks to speed up small-scale battery storage deployment

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UKPN aims to make it easier to connect home battery storage to the grid in support of renewables
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UKPN aims to make it easier to connect home battery storage to the grid in support of renewables

London and South East energy distributor launches fast-track application process for small-scale electricity storage projects

UK Power Networks has launched a new fast-track application process for small-scale electricity storage projects in a bid to "embrace the future of energy distribution and generation" in London and the...

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