This report comes as National Grid announced it has contracted with eight storage projects for total of 201 MW of capacity to provide services to help manage the network, while saving the operator an estimated £200 million.

Energy storage is poised to grow rapidly in the UK towards 10 GW in the 2030’s – but action is needed to align the technology with market and policy signals if this potential is to be realised.

Energy Storage: Towards a commercial model

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