Unlocking opportunities in the long-duration energy storage market

As renewables continue to play an increasingly critical role in the UK energy system, attention is now turning towards the need for similarly increased investment in energy storage capacity as a solution for a more volatile generation market. Sam Hollister, head of markets and engagement at LCP Delta, sets out his key takeaways from industry discussions about the future prospects of long-duration energy storage and the role it will play in the UK’s energy system.

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