Energy storage: Global capacity predicted to surge by a third every year in 2020s

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EDF'S West Burton B battery storage project in Nottinghamshire, one of Europe's largest battery storage projects | Credit: EDF
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EDF'S West Burton B battery storage project in Nottinghamshire, one of Europe's largest battery storage projects | Credit: EDF

The consultancy predicts that US and China will drive global growth in cumulative energy storage capacity, which should top 740GWh by the end of the decade

Energy storage is poised for a decade-defining boom, with capacity set to grow by almost a third worldwide every year in the 2020s to reach around 741GWh by 2030, according to analyst Wood Mackenzie...

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