Piggyback other countries’ energy storage spend and co-ordinate UK smart grid, says government report

The UK should piggyback the R&D spending of the USA and Germany on energy storage technologies such as compressed air energy storage and instead concentrate public funding resources on thermal-to-electric storage, redox flow batteries, and novel pumped hydro storage.

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