EXCLUSIVE: Analysis from Imperial College London suspending weights in old mine shafts for frequency response could be cheaper than other options
Storing energy by suspending weights in disused mine shafts could be cheaper than batteries for balancing the grid, new research has found. According to a report by analysts at Imperial College London...
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