Energy storage is fast approaching - and we should embrace it

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RenewableUK's Maf Smith argues the UK's first energy storage auction could offer the perfect complement to a fast-expanding renewables industry

Energy storage is often seen as the holy grail of the renewables industry. The final piece in the jigsaw, and one which has been decades in development. The possibility of storing clean energy that everyone...

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