Government announces £6.7m funding boost for renewable energy storage projects

James Murray
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Group of 24 long duration energy storage projects to share first wave of funding from latest government clean tech competition

A group of 24 innovative energy storage projects designed to help support the integration of renewable energy on to the grid have secured a funding boost, after the government awarded the first £6.7m tranche...

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