Inquiry launched into long-duration energy storage  

The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee has launched an inquiry into long-duration energy storage as part of the UK’s ambitions to decarbonise the grid. The government has set a target for a fully decarbonised electricity system by 2035. The inquiry will seek to establish whether the government has sufficient policies in place to support medium and long-duration energy storage and whether it is on track to deliver this component of a net zero energy system.

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