Santander injects £28.5m into battery firm

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The funding will enable Battery Energy Storage Solutions to build out 49MW of new storage capacity this month

Santander has pumped £28.5m into Battery Energy Storage Solutions (BESS), a London-based battery builder, in its first foray into project finance for battery storage technologies. The funding, announced...

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