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Bloomberg - Big Batteries May Save UK Power System Up to £24 Billion by 2050

  • Country needs storage that far outstrips current capacity
  • Long-duration batteries can also help cut emissions: LCP Delta

Long-duration energy storage could save the UK power system billions of pounds as the country seeks reliable backup supply amid a push to expand offshore wind, according to consultants LCP Delta.

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