UK battery storage firm Zenobe secures £25m Japanese investment

Michael Holder
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The £25m injection from Tepco and Jera comes with option for a further £10m to help scale up company's power storage ambitions

UK energy storage start-up Zenobe has secured £25m of investment from Japanese power giants Tepco and Jera to help accelerate the rollout of its technology and "expand into new markets", it announced yesterday....

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