'No time to waste': Existing long duration energy storage tech could cut industrial emissions by almost two thirds

Stuart Stone
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Combining long duration energy storage and renewables has the potential to slash carbon footprint from mines, data centres, food processing, and industrial plants, new study finds

Existing long-duration energy storage (LDES) technologies could slash global industrial emissions by up to 65 per cent if effective policy support is put in place, according to a new study from the LDES...

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