Research: 24GW of long duration energy storage needed for net zero UK grid

Michael Holder
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Highview Power's 5MW liquid air energy storage (LAES) demonstration project near Manchester
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Highview Power's 5MW liquid air energy storage (LAES) demonstration project near Manchester

Market reforms are needed to stimulate investment in projects capable of storing electricity for four hours or longer, according to Aurora Energy Research

Major investment is urgently needed to roll out up to 24GW of long-duration energy storage over the next 15 years to help smooth operation of the grid as it contends with a rapid influx of intermittent...

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