IRENA: Battery storage capacity tipped to grow 17-fold by 2030 as costs plummet

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International Renewable Energy Agency estimates costs of stationary battery storage could drop 66 per cent by 2030, as EV development accelerates

Rapid reductions in stationary battery storage development costs could lead to a 17-fold growth in installed capacity worldwide by 2030, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)....

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