European Battery Alliance launches new investment push, as research predicts 'battery revolution'

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EU-backed body launches new investment platform, as study argues batteries hold key to honouring Paris Agreement

The European Battery Alliance (EBA) has teamed up with green investor and innovation platform EIT InnoEnergy to launch a new online hub designed to help accelerate investment in the burgeoning energy storage...

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