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UK Now Has 3.2 GW Of Energy Storage, With Much More On The Way

The United Kingdom currently has 3.23 GW worth of energy storage operational, with at least another 453 MW planned or in development, according to new figures published by the UK’s Renewable Energy Association. A new report published this week by the Renewable Energy Association (REA) highlights the new figures, which confirms a total of 3.23 [&hellip UK Now Has 3.2 GW Of Energy Storage, With Much More On The Way was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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