Attention is turning to storage technologies amid fears that lack of grid capacity could stop the UK’s clean energy revolution in its tracks

Electricity used to flow just one way: from big power stations to industrial and household consumers. But the inexorable rise of renewables is changing how energy is generated and managed. The key to being able to maximise the potential of renewable energy is a smart and flexible grid –...

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