'Science and innovation has no borders': UK government announces £56m investment in South Africa battery storage project

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'Science and innovation has no borders': UK government announces £56m investment in South Africa battery storage project

Theresa May uses Africa trip to announce major investment in clean energy programme

As part of her trip to South Africa, Theresa May this week announced more than £56m of investment in a pioneering World Bank-backed initiative to deploy battery storage technologies in support of the country's...

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